1. Microsoft Email Beta Test Hoax Continues

    Revamped version of the Microsoft email beta test hoax includes "testimonies" and a bank account screenshot of supposed money received.

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  2. Fake Image of Tsunami Wave Engulfing a City Still Circulating

    This message claims that an attached photo depicts the 2004 Asian tsunami about to engulf a city.

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  3. Bogus Facebook Message Falsely Claims Drought Relief Funds Stolen by Government

    According to a message going viral on Facebook, the Australian government has stolen all of the money from recent TV channel fundraising campaigns designed to help drought-stricken farmers. 

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  4. Fake Password Protected Job Application Emails Contain Macro Malware

    Malicious emails that masquerade as harmless job application requests with attached resumes are currently hitting inboxes. 

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  5. ‘Sherman Stuurman Friendship Request’ Hacker Hoax

    A message that is spreading rapidly on Facebook warns users not to accept a friendship request from a person named Sherman Stuurman because he is a hacker. 

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