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    Antisocial engineering

    Today I have received an email messages containing the phrase "You are bad" and, by way of explanation, an attachment, which obviously contains a virus, Netsky.B. Looks like social engineering is not enough now for viruses, instead of loving people, they tickle the receiver's curiosity by taunting him. Looks like some people is taking it personally, too

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