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Malicious Emails Claim Facebook Passwords Were Reset.
Security researchers warn that a new malware distribution campaign masquerading as Facebook password reset notification e-mails is making the rounds. The attached .ZIP archives contain a Trojan downloader, which is used to deploy scareware on the compromised systems.
Malicious Emails Claim Facebook Passwords Were Reset - The attachments contain a computer trojan - Softpedia
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