Establishing Digital Trust: Don't Sacrifice Security for Convenience
Spammers have been offering what appears to be anti-virus software from Kaspersky Lab in order to stealing victim's personal data.
"The unsolicited emails look official, and include a link that directs recipients to a website selling 'Best Antivirus Online,'" writes SecurityNewsDaily's Matt Liebowitz.
"To buy the product, users are told to first enter their credit card details and email address so they can 'receive further instructions,' Maria Namestnikova from Kaspersky Lab wrote on the company's Securelist blog," Liebowitz writes.
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