back to article Spammers aim to profit from swine flu pandemic

Russian cybercrooks have laid the groundwork needed to build a business cashing in on swine flu panic-buying. Tamiflu sales from dodgy unlicensed pharmaceutical websites are being promoted through spam email, search engine manipulation and a variety of other underhand techniques. Web affiliates, commonly based in Russia where …


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  1. Jamie Edwards

    How many more "Spammers aim to X from Y"?

    As the title.

  2. Anonymous Coward

    You know...

    ...if rat poison makes you throw up rats, it seems like a really lousy thing to give to other rats to reduce the number of rats.

    Just sayin'.

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