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c't anti-spam campaign gets Melissa boost

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Internet Security Threat Report 2014

The campaign started by German magazine c't and also supported by The Register has received a boost because of the scare caused by the Melissa virus. Over the last 10 days, the entire worldwide corporate establishment has shuddered after a "feature" in Microsoft Outlook meant the replication of a macro virus to other email addresses. However, although so far nearly 19,000 German netizens have registered to join the Euro anti-spam campaign, take up in the UK has been slow. Maybe it's time to go to this site and sign up... ®

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