Don't click on that silly April Fools' Day e-mail, says one security expert.
In a blog, Arbor Networks' Jose Nazario reports that within the last 24 hours he's seeing new releases of the Storm worm designed to take advantage of the first day of April. This new spam campaign is a lure to infect new computers that will become part of the larger Storm worm botnet.
The e-mail body is spartan: the words "Doh! April Fools" followed by a numeric URL. If a user clicks on that URL, the default Internet browser will open to a … Read more