Big Corporate Phishes Baited By Hackers
The authorities of US federal court have alerted that cyber-terrorists are sending out fake subpoenas implanted with malware to senior executives with the intention to purloin precious corporate data.
Every message contained the executive's name, firm and telephone number, and asked receivers to give evidence in front of a grand jury. Just by opening an supplementary link, allegedly to see and print a duplicate of the subpoena, receivers got infected by a virus that causes a complete breakdown of their PCs to register their keystrokes when re-started.
Numerous regional as well as national complaints are received, alleged FBI's San Diego Department's Representative, Darrell Foxworth, as reported by SAN DIEGO BUSINESS JO...
» SPAMfighter News - 09-05-2008
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