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We have learned that criminals have launched a major e-mail campaign to deploy the infamous Zeus Trojan e-mail, which will send spam messages disguised as fraud alerts from the Internal Revenue service (IRS), Twitter account hijack warnings, or salacious Youtube.com videos.
The fraudulent IRS email uses the verbiage "Notice of Underreported Income" as the Subject Line and encourages the recipient to click a hyperlink to review their tax statement. All of the latest e-mails use a variety of URL shortening services.
To help protect against fraudulent activity, The Farmers Bank continues to strongly recommend that up-to-date anti virus, antispam and antispyware programs are being used by corporate clients and consumers.
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