Spammers are taking advantage of the Ebola outbreak by sending out fake emails that claim to be from the World Health Organization. The alarmist message wants recipients about an Ebola
outbreak in their area and instructs the reader to download an attachment to find out more information. Clicking on these attachments will install a DarkComet Remote Access Trojan (RAT) onto
a user's computer and give cyber criminals access to the victim's machine.
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