German police again the target of cybercrime

Friday, 2 February 2007, 1:45 PM EST

Germany's Federal Criminal Police Office is once again the target of criminal forces in the Internet.

Spam e-mail allegedly sent by the police office is making the rounds in the German-speaking region of Europe. The e-mail contains an attachment with malware that has yet to be classified and is thus slipping by some antivirus programs, according to the BKA Web site.

At NetworkWorld.

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