Attackers turning to fake online greeting cards

Wednesday, 20 July 2005, 10:50 AM EST

The next e-mail greeting card you get may come with a nasty surprise. According to Internet security vendor SurfControl PLC, attackers are increasingly using fake e-mail greeting cards as a way of getting malicious software installed on computers.

By Robert McMillan at Computerworld.

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