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There's a rather large malvertising-driven attack running at the moment, that's attempting to trick people into installing or upgrading a fake version of Java. It looks pretty believable, if you disregard the domain name ( having no obvious linguistic connection to "Java"): (The fine print at the bottom, if you're having trouble reading it, says […]

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An interesting twist on malware spam: Date:      Tue, 6 Dec 2011 10:19:25 +0530 From:      “MARIE Grover” [[email protected]] Subject:      Re: Epidemic in Guinea The government is hiding this fact, but there is a new epidemic in Guinea I got to know it from friends of mine, they are there right now. Here you […]

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Today is 11 November, better known as Armistice Day or Remembrance Day. At 11am French time, the gruelling “War to End All Wars” officially ended – at least on the Western Front – in 1918. The irony of giving that name to what is now known as World War One is heart-wrenchingly depicted on the […]

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