The CIA/FBI virus revisited



I’m sure you remember the CIA/FBI virus a few weeks back. There was a German version of this and apparently one individual took the warning email to heart and turned himself in for child pornography. Found this at Sunbeltblog and f-secure.


It seems the man got the message and turned himself in to authorities, after which, they searched his PC and found child pornography.

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