Thousands of individuals and businesses across the globe received an email from Texas lawyer James T. Shelton with information about a subpoena for information. No one from the law firm sent the email. Even worse, the email contained a virus with a malware payload that allows cybercriminals to “steal banking credentials and other personal information on a user’s system, ultimately allowing them to gain access to the financial records” of that user. This article has full details . . .
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