Sober worm spreads via fake World Cup e-mails
A computer virus spreading through fake e-mails crashed the computers of the World Cup organizing committee Tuesday, overloading the system with millions of e-mails.
The virus is contained in attachments coming from senders with addresses such as "email@example.com" or "firstname.lastname@example.org," telling fans they have won tickets to next year's tournament.
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