Twitter spam and viagra galore

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Spam mails claiming to be from Twitter that send you to pharmacy sites are a popular wheeze for spammers, and here we go again.</p>

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It seems I have “two PR messages from Twitter”. If that wasn't enough to get me clicking (it isn't), I can also join in on sports conversations, argue with bloggers and tell the World when I stumble into some form of natural disaster.</p>

Hammering one of the many links will actually take me to 219(dot)84(dot)119(dot)56/afternoon(dot)html, which will send me to pharmacydrugstorehealthprofessionals(dot)net.

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All the Cialis you can eat!</p>

That might not be a good idea though.

Bear in mind that spam blasts like the one above can sometimes lead to malware most horrid, so – as always – stay safe (and don't go messing with random pills bought on the internet, either).</div> </div> </div>

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