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Myspace Phish Attack Leads Users to Zango Content

"A while ago on the Spywareguide Blog, I covered a technique being used in Peer to Peer land involving URLs being embedded in Quicktime movies, which would then pop open a website. This has now been taken to the next level, with an intensive and seemingly never ending Phish attack, the sole aim of which seems to be directing end-users to a collection of Zango movies on a pornographic website."

Article Link: http://blog.spywareguide.com/2006/12/myspace_phish_attack_leads_use.html

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