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Fake Nuclear Explosion Emails


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#1 1972vet

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Posted 15 September 2008 - 09:18 PM

SophosLabs has intercepted a widespread malicious spam campaign that claimed there had been a powerful explosion at a nuclear power station outside London. According to the email, the government have stopped the media reporting about the incident and prevented anyone affected by it contacting the outside world. As you may have suspected, opening the email attachment is not a good idea... Learn more about this new threat now.

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