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The GFI Malware Minute video is available for your viewing pleasure on the GFI-Labs YouTube channel (and below).

Malware Minutes are short videos (1-2 minutes) that provide a weekly roundup of top stories from the GFI-Labs Blog, the GFI- Rogue Blog and anything else we think might be of interest.

This week we blogged about a phony offer on Facebook that led to an Trojan disguised as a photo;  the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center notice about criminals using job applications for spear phishing; Twitter “free iPhone” spam, possibly from hacked accounts, that led to “sweepstakes” and “survey” sites and two rogues: WindowsUtilityTool and WindowsScan.

Tom Kelchner


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