Fake F-Secure e-mail contains malware

Friday, 3 February 2006, 2:55 AM EST

A Trojan horse has been sent to e-mail addresses disguised as a message from antivirus software vendor F-Secure.

F-Secure said that an unknown attacker sent out thousands of infected e-mails crafted so that they appear to be from a nonexistent F-Secure employee, “David Adams, Dept. Research, F-Secure Development.”

At Computerworld.

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