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Black Friday: deal or no deal


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Posted 29 November 2014 - 06:35 AM

Earlier this week, we warned our users about Black Friday and Cyber Monday security threats.

Spammers and scammers have risen to the occasion with deals that are too good to be true such as in this example for fake Gucci products.

This was reported in a Tweet by Denis Sinegubko, from Unmask Parasites and also a security researcher at Sucuri:

Chinese spammers are ready for Black Friday. Found these domains in code on a hacked site: GucciBlackFridays .com, BlackFridayCDN .com

 

— Denis (@unmaskparasites) November 27, 2014

 

The site boasts incredible prices on normally very expensive merchandise:

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