Spoof email from anti child porn agency carries Trojan horse
Sophos Labs have warned of a Trojan horse that has been spammed out in an email claiming to come from an organization fighting child pornography on the web.
The emails claim that the recipient's email address has been found in a child porn database discovered by the Association of Sites Advocating Child Protection (ASACP), but really contain a Trojan horse.
The Troj/Agent-CPK Trojan horse has been spammed out in the email messages, with the subject line "CP investigation was started." Spoof email from anti-child porn agency carries Trojan horse
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