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Thursday, January 14, 2010

Haiti Earthquake Donation Scams

Tom Kelchner, Sunbelt blogger, is reporting on malware that's targeting Haiti Relief efforts.

Schools and community organizations who are collecting relief funds or encouraging donations should caution everyone to be sure of the legitimacy of the web sites claiming to offer aid.

The Sunbelt blog link is here:

As an ethical disclaimer, Alex Eckelberry, one of the founding members of The Julie Group is an executive at Sunbelt Software. Nonetheless, the warnings on that blog are worth noting.

- krasicki

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