Fortune 500s unwittingly become spammers

Friday, 30 March 2007, 12:26 PM EST

The next time you receive a piece of junk e-mail touting penny stock, pimping Rolex watches, or lauding a work-at-home scam, consider investigating who really sent it. You may be surprised.

Security Fix reviewed spam samples captured in the last month and found many instances of spam sent via computers at well-known Fortune 500 companies.

At Security Fix.

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