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Rogue programs, fake antiviruses, fake security scans, fake antispyware, etc. are one of the most popular infections today.

Most of the users think these are real security products and that they do good job. And of course most of the users enters credit card details and "purchases" one of these antiviruses. And also there is huge possibility that you will be charged much more than the price declared in the shopping cart. As the time goes, these rogue antivirus and antispyware programs look more and more professional. They even tries to copy the interface of some real Antivirus or antispyware product. And also they usually come in families where the same program has more than one name. for example: "Windows recovery", "Windows xp recovery", "windows diagnostic", "windows vista recovery" is the same program with different names.

LinkedIn users have to be more cautious now since the malware is now trying to connect to you and in your network.

Crooks are using new malware and LinkedIn to locate key people at firms to target with toxic spam.

LinkedIn’s been the hot networking spot for professionals for the past several years. But lately it’s also drawn the attention of web crooks, who see the site as a new point of infiltration.