Spammers gear up for pre-Christmas blitz

Friday, 3 November 2006, 12:25 AM EST

A sudden increase in spam has been identified in the latest security report issued today, as cyber-criminals gear up for a pre-Christmas blitz.

Spammers are using new weapons to evade detection by conventional security software and increase their success rate, according to the October 2006 Intelligence report from security firm MessageLabs.

At vnunet.

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