Phishers stick the boot into World Cup fans

Tuesday, 28 March 2006, 2:13 AM EST

Security experts have warned internet users to be on their guard against a new phishing and spyware scam targeting 2006 Fifa World Cup enthusiasts.

The fraud is executed using bogus emails claiming to be from MasterCard offering free travel and tickets to the World Cup finals in Germany.

At vnunet.

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