Another Wolf in Sheeps Clothing to watch for “Spyheal”



Sunbeltblog has the heads up on this one. Spyheal is the name it goes by and it hangs out at spyheal (dot) com

So, if you’re in a position to block sites that looks like one to filter for your network.

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