MPs Warned About Spoof EU Messages
Westminster authorities are warning that spoof e-mails are being circulated on the Internet posing as the genuine communication from the European Union, but actually contain a malicious Trojan, as reported by UKPress on May 2, 2008.
While updating it's Members of Parliament (MPs), PICT (Parliamentary Information Communication and Technology) noted that the volume of the mentioned e-mails has taken global proportions. James Brokenshire, Home Affairs Spokesman for the Tories, blamed the Government for not doing enough regarding cyber security, as reported by UKPress on May 2, 2008.
James said that the Government has failed to give due seriousness to the issue and has put all of the Tory MPs at risk. He said that it has even failed to approve measures that could boost internati...
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