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BT users beware Email from "BT Yahoo" with trojan
As an ex BT Yahoo Broadband customer I still keep an active email
accounbt with them this morning this ariived from them in HTML format
complete with the Zerolin trojan
" Dear Customer,
Important information about your BT Yahoo! Internet service
In the next few days you'll be asked to install a critical patch for
your BT Yahoo! Browser software.
This patch must be installed in order for your BT Yahoo! Browser
software to continue working correctly.
You needn't do anything. The patch will be installed automatically and
you should see the following message, or a similar one, once the patch
installation is complete: 'Critical Patch installed successfully'.
Thank you for choosing BT Yahoo! Internet.
BT Yahoo! Internet services team
PS your virus-protected username is: *******@**********
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