Hackers exploit excitement over Apple's smart phone by sending malicious e-mails claiming that recipients have won their own.
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Spammers are exploiting the excitement over Apple's smartphone release, by sending malicious emails to fool recipients into thinking they have won their own iPhone
As Apple's new gadget sells out across the US, spammers are exploiting the situation by sending e-mails that try to dupe recipients into thinking they have won a brand new iPhone of their own.Web filtering specialist Secure Computing is warning users not to fall for the socially engineered e-mails that contain a link which, if clicked on, will attempt to connect to a Web site and install malicious software designed to take control of the victims' computer.
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