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Protect Your Exec

A new exploit is aimed at tricking the world's highest-ranking executives into giving away precious corporate secrets. The spam/phishing scheme is based on e-mails with the names and titles of these bosses, and come with a Word doc promising a better job. Once opened, the hackers can gain access to the computers of the rich and powerful, and thus get at confidential files.

Tell your bosses they should be happy with their jobs and ignore these e-mails. Opening one could be embarrassing in a couple of ways!

Posted by Doug Barney on October 08, 2007 at 11:52 AM


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