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Most people are eagerly waiting for Valentine’s Day. The day is an opportunity to spread affection and excitement amongst loved ones by exchanging gifts. Last year we observed prominent spam attacks using Valentine’s Day as bait. Messages promoted unbelievably discounted jewelry, dinning opportunities, and expensive gifts.This year, various Valentine’s Day spam messages have started flowing […]

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Some events familiar among people in the United States are commencing this month, including: Thanksgiving-a great occasion to thank dear friends and family for their kindness; and Black Friday-a day after Thanksgiving, usually the busiest retail shopping day of the year. Spam messages related to these events have begun flowing into the Symantec Probe Network. […]

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This fake 123Greetings.com spam actually delivers malware instead, hosted on remindingwands.org: Date:      Tue, 7 Aug 2012 16:34:21 +0200 From:      “123Greetings.com” [[email protected]] Subject:      New e-card for you. Vanna [email protected] has just sent you an ecard from 123Greetings.com You can view it by clicking here: http://www.123greetings.com/send/view/999095: Thanks to our new tracking feature, you can […]

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