Spammers pounce on Thanksgiving and Black Friday

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Clicking the URL automatically redirects the user to a fake offer website. A new tactic is being observed, in which domains tempt the users to do bidding for good deals to win and used for fake product promotions. In such cases users should be more careful and avoid clicking on the link, Symantec warned. The domains used in the attack is registered for one year and its servers were located in the US, it noted. Below are the examples of spam domains that are taking advantage:- hxxp://www.GetSignedxxxxxStartBidding.com hxxp://www.BidQuickxxxWin.com hxxp://www.BidOnlinexxxxGetGreatDeals.com In one such spam sample of Black Friday, spammers invite users to purchase products with 25 ? 50 % discount with false promises as:

? It is hand crafted high-end watch copies. ? It is made using identical parts and materials. ? No difference between our watches and the originals!

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