Simpson Movie Masks Trojan
The popular television character Homer Simpson, who has become household name for nearly 20 years, has been uncovered as a botnet pusher that attempts to persuade unsuspecting users to load the Kimya malware onto their PCs.
In one of The Simpsons (a popular television show) episode in 2003, a writer disclosed Homer's e-mail ID - firstname.lastname@example.org. Before airing that episode, a particular writer of the show had registered that address to answer numerous e-mails coming from Simpson's fans. Now after many years, the chunkylover53 television name has reappeared but this time it is used to disseminate a Trojan masked in a Simpson movie.
» SPAMfighter News - 7/26/2008
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