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January 21, 2011

Twitter Goo.gl Worm Pushes Fake Antivirus Protection

Twitter Goo.gl Worm Pushes Fake Antivirus Protection

PCMag.com, By Chloe Albanesius

Another worm is making the rounds on Twitter via the goo.gl URL shortening service, often directing users to fake anti-virus software.

Affected users might notice mysterious tweets that they did not write showing up on their feeds, many of which include goo.gl links that end with "m28sx.html."

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Another worm is making the rounds on Twitter via the goo.gl URL shortening service, often directing users to fake anti-virus software.

Affected users might notice mysterious tweets that they did not write showing up on their feeds, many of which include goo.gl links that end with "m28sx.html."

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