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Many hoax emails warn of computer viruses that never existed and advise readers of ways to rid the computer virus from their computer that could jeopardize the well being of an otherwise healthy computer. In addition, these hoax emails also fill up email boxes with unwanted mail and clogging our email servers. The biggest risk of hoax emails is their ability to multiply in great numbers as each person sends the email to other people and so on.
Virus Attacks Through Instant Messaging
The specific danger is that hackers do not normally have access to your programs all day long, leaving them specific strike times for targeting. Normally, you might check your emails quite a few times a day but you just open it to see if anything is new and close out of it until next time. On the other hand, with instant messaging, usually the messenger is open all day but just minimized when not in use. This leaves a much bigger window of opportunity for the virus writers to intrude.
Virus Hackers Use MySpace
Online banner advertisements run on MySpace that when clicked on, infect millions with spyware. The banners are always something that is geared right towards the target market that MySpace tends to attract so that the user is much more likely to click on it.