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Free Software You Don't Want
These three messages use the lure of free software to trick victims into downloading the Storm Worm – an increasingly common tactic for spreading malware. The senders' use of numerical IP addresses (instead of domain names like pcworld.com) for the download links are a dead giveaway that they are attacks. (Image provided by Sunbelt Software.)

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