Nastygram: MySpace Phish Plants Spy Software

A new spam campaign targeting users once again illustrates the blended threat from junk e-mail attacks, experts warn. This latest run tries to lure recipients into giving up their MySpace credentials, and then attempts to trick victims into installing password-stealing malicious software.Attackers began blasting out the junk e-mails early Monday, according to researchers at the University of Alabama, Birmingham, Researchers at the school so far have tracked more than 30 Web site names associated with this attack, each beginning with “” and ending in a United Kingdom country code domain (.uk).

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