Thursday, September 21, 2006


E-cards used in data-thieving scam | CNET

"The attacks involve e-mail messages that at first glance appear to be greeting cards from services like Yahoo or Blue Mountain, Thompson said. Clicking on the link to view the card, however, first sends the target to a malicious Web site that tries to silently install software that logs the user's keystrokes, he said. After that the card is displayed."

Protect your computers by keeping software updates current and paying attention to sources of email messages.

- Frank

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