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Bitdefender researchers have identified a new wave of spam messages that announce an alleged attack of the US Army against Iran in order to trick the user into downloading and installing malicious software on their personal computers.
The webpage hosting the piece of malware \u2013dailydotnews.com - is simply yet efficiently designed, with a top banner, a simple picture masquerading an YouTube player and three lines of text detailing on US\u2019 operation in Iran. This approach has been used on large scale later, as the spammer relies on a catchy heading and a link to the piece of malware in order to fuel users\u2019 curiosity and trick them into downloading the piece of malware.
inciting description that accompanies a movie player,\u201d said Bitdefender Antispam analyst Andra Miloiu. \u201eHowever, the alleged flash movie is an image depicting a
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