Miscreants are taking advantage of the international attention focused on protests in Burma to spread malware. Emails claiming to be a message of support for monks and other protesters in Burma from the Dalai Lama contain a malicious attachment that attempts to use software exploits to install malware onto victims' PCs. A …
For Gods sake
I really wish we could take on these scumbags, they have less decency that a chav kid who nicks a £10 from his nan's purse. Im willing to bet the group who made this email/trojan is backed by a ruski corp aswell. its just a blatent disscrace and goverments who are aware (in some cases such as the onlinesecurity virus) need to take down these people. Asif the worlds not in a bad enough state without people like this.
Is the Dalai Lama a woman? No? Then I don't want a massage from them, keep it the hell out of my inbox.
From The Dalai Lama?
(nice user name)
I think you've posted on the wrong forum.
<a href="http://www.thesun.co.uk/portal/site/mysun/">the sun, have your say</a>
<a href="http://chat.dailymail.co.uk/dailymail/index.jsp">daily mail board</a>
<a href="http://www.express.co.uk/haveyoursay">the express, have your say</a>
Hope you enjoyed your stay, don't let the door hit you on the way out.
This is a bit of common if obscure news, the technique is common the message is not terribly compelling, or will make a lot of sense to most westerners who are currently ignorant enough to fall for the scam. I think you might have to pull your head out of your entrails a little to know what the email is going on about and if you did that you would also might notice that clicking on addresses in emails you didn't ask for or know the sender of is wrong. This might work better in Asia.
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