How to spot an e-mail scam

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This Season's Malware
Like other marketers, people who spread malware hope that being timely will increase their message's appeal. This message was well-timed to lure football fans, but its malicious purpose is easy to deduce from the presence of an IP address in the link. In subsequent e-mail blasts, the Storm Worm gang took the additional step of using a real domain name. (Image provided by F-Secure.)

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