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Friday September 30, 2005

[H]ardNews 10th Edition

New Worm Spoofs Google, Yahoo & MSN:

Cut and pasted from ZDNet, we have news that security experts have discovered a malicious program aimed at tricking users into clicking on phony search results on fake Google, Yahoo and MSN sites. Machines can become infected with the program, called PremiumSearch, when visiting Web sites that distribute pirated software and pornography. If you frequent the warez / porn sites, beware…well, I guess that means all of you better be careful!

Machines can become infected with the program, called PremiumSearch, when visiting Web sites that distribute pirated software and pornography, Panda reported. Hinojosa said he doesn't know how many machines have been infected.