Man admits sending millions of spam e-mails that offered to steal passwords

Wednesday, 21 February 2007, 2:59 AM EST

A man who flooded e-mail systems with millions of messages advertising software that could steal passwords pleaded guilty to violating a federal anti-spam law.

Joshua Eveloff, 27, of Carter Lake, Iowa, admitted Wednesday that he faked information on the e-mails to conceal that they came from him.

At SMH.

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