A widespread spam campaign claims that a nuclear power plant on the outskirts of London exploded on Tuesday afternoon.No such plant exists anywhere near London. The nearest is probably Dungeness B in south east Kent, some 77 miles (124km) by road from the capital.The email claims to offer pictures of victims. In reality, the attached zip file is contaminated with a Trojan horse, identified by net security firm Sophos as Troj/Agent-HQE. Once the malware is installed, hackers can use it to spy on the victim's computer and steal information for financial gain.
I feel sorry for people who still haven't learned that you should never click files in random mail attachments.-f0dder (September 14, 2008, 08:11 AM)
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