The danger of "free"

Monday, 28 August 2006, 12:14 AM EST

Searching for free stuff on the Internet? Beware what you find.

That's the message form Web safety firm SiteAdvisor. Building on a Wall Street Journal analysis of the 20 million search queries leaked by America Online that found "free" to be the most popular search term, SiteAdvisor warned that the results produced by such searches frequently lead to malicious Web sites.

At SecurityFocus.

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