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+ - Storm worm spam nearly doubles in volume

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BobB (666) writes "Account confirmation spam is the latest spammer trick, asking recipients to confirm their account information with a bogus organization by logging into a Web site that is infected with the Storm Trojan malware. This latest technique is catching on: Account confirmation spam has grown in volume from 18% of all spam on Tuesday to 35% Wednesday. http://www.networkworld.com/news/2007/082207-storm -trojan-spam.html"
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