More Spam on April 1st

Makers of network security software are warning that there may be an increase in spam leading up to April Fool's Day. "Spammers are expected to use subject lines such as "great joke," "free jokes," "prank," or "April fools" to entice users into opening attachments that carry viruses or objectionable content, potentially putting company networks at risk."

April Fools Day Email Hoaxes

Posted on Tue Mar 30, 2004



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