Another round of LinkedIn-themed spam is hitting inboxes around the world, warns GFI.
If you receive an email seemingly coming from a LinkedIn user, asking you to open an attachment in order to see "your photos" - don't do it! Opening the Image_DIG[random number].htm file with Internet Explorer will lead you to a website sporting the "Please wait a moment.
Spoofed LinkedIn emails notifying recipients of messages requiring their attention are not a new occurrence, but the recently rent out ones seem to be more targeted than usual.
It seems that LinkedIn can't catch a break these days.
Qualys researcher Francois Pesce used open source password cracker John the Ripper to try to crack SHA-1 hashes of leaked LinkedIn passwords.
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