Guest blog

SPAM®, spam or flappertanknibble: What’s in a name?

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Graham Cluley
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Russian social networking worm wipes hard drive files

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Graham Cluley
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Update on China quake cybercrime

A spammed-out malware campaign is trying to infect people posing as breaking news of the disaster in China.
Graham Cluley
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Scammers cash in on Chinese earthquake disaster

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Graham Cluley
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Gathering evidence of phishing

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Graham Cluley
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Mobile phone monkey business strikes at another zoo

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Graham Cluley
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Chain letters evolve, spread via SMS text message

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Graham Cluley
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Latin American graffiti

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Graham Cluley
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A one-way ticket to… ahh, we’ve been hacked

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Graham Cluley
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The Pepsi Lottery challenge – would some cynicism make us more secure?

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Graham Cluley
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Email scammers try to pull the rug from under carpet firm

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Graham Cluley
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China crisis? Now India claims hackers are attacking it from behind the bamboo curtain

Accusations that Beijing-backed hackers are probing the official networks of foreign governments with intrusions and spyware seem to be popping up with more regularity.
Graham Cluley
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Teenage botmaster SoBe sentenced

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Graham Cluley
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Zoowatch continues

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Graham Cluley
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Multiple media reports on multimedia malware

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Graham Cluley
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Mozilla warns thousands have downloaded poisoned Firefox plugin

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Graham Cluley
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