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Malware Responsible for New Win Live Hotmail Hijackings
Microsoft has warned customers of its free email service of a new wave of hijacks that is targeting Windows Live Hotmail accounts. According to the Redmond company, attackers use hacked Hotmail accounts in order to send spam to all the people in the victims’ contact list. Rob Margel, working in Windows Services and Content team in the UK, revealed that he was informed of the issue internally, but also pointed to an entry published on the Windows Live Solution Center, offering new details about the hacked Windows Live Hotmail accounts.
Malware Responsible for New Windows Live Hotmail Hijackings - By spammers advertising an electronics website - Softpedia
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