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Amazon.com Your Cancellation Email Scam

Scammers are now using a fake amazon.com e-mail, to trick persons into visiting a malicious website. All the links in the e-mail point to the website http://dejuliusandcompany.com/, which is a malicious website that has a Trojan. A Trojan is a software program pretending to be something it is not. It often contains backdoors that hackers can use to gain access and take control your computer. Also, it will download other malicious programs onto your computer.
Amazon.com Your Cancellation Email Scam
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Amazon.com Your Cancellation Email Scam


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Amazon.com Your Cancellation Email Scam

Scammers are now using a fake amazon.com e-mail, to trick persons into visiting a malicious website. All the links in the e-mail point to the website http://dejuliusandcompany.com/, which is a malicious website that has a Trojan. A Trojan is a software program pretending to be something it is not. It often contains backdoors that hackers can use to gain access and take control your computer. Also, it will download other malicious programs onto your computer.

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"Amazon.com Your Cancellation (172-1615-2934)" E-mail Message:

From:order-update @amazon.com

Dear Customer,

Your order has been successfully canceled. For your reference, here's a summer of your order:
You just canceled order 172-1615-2934 placed on May 5, 2012.

Status: CANCELED
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1 "Breaking"; 2008, Special Edition
By: Robert AndersonSOld by: Amazon.com LLC

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Thank you for visiting Amazon.com!
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Amazon.com
Earth's Biggest Selection
http://www.amazon.com
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