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Rather interesting, and now we at least know someone in the U.S. is affiliated with the malware writers, that could equal prison time or hefty fines if the person passing out the fliers is ever caught (unlikely).

 

At least now I have two more nefarious sites to block from what was listed in the report.

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I remember reading about that on Malwarebytes forum the other day in Newest Rogue Threats but I can't find the reference now:

http://www.malwarebytes.org/forums/index.php?showforum=30

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I remember reading about that on Malwarebytes forum the other day in Newest Rogue Threats but I can't find the reference now:

http://www.malwarebytes.org/forums/index.php?showforum=30

 

What's the point in posting that link then?

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What's the point in posting that link then?

I was hoping Jaxryley would pop in and give a reference as I believe he found it but I am sure it is there somewhere but the malware purveyors are busier than cockroaches in an Bronx N.Y. tenement so it is hard to find at the moment.

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wow this is a sneaky way to trick the public. so far i havent seen this occur within california.

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That is crazy.... Malware writers are becoming more and more creative AND desperate. Watch your backs AND your fronts everyone.

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i was victim of multiple virus attacks last july.wasnt pretty. aim always protected by trend and spysweeper and defender..and know how not to trust something like this flyer thingy

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