Malware scammers exploit Mubarak's exit

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419 attack tempts with tales of ex-Egyptian president's frozen funds

The presidential seat of Hosni Mubarak may have barely cooled, but 419 scammers have already begun to exploit his resignation as premier of Egypt. Symantec's cloud services senior analyst, Paul Wood,...

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