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July 5, 2003
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July 5, 2003
Piracy and Spam
Counterfeit software is an enormous problem that poses a serious threat to consumers and small businesses-the primary victims.
William Plante, director of Worldwide Security and Brand Protection for Symantec Corporation, previously participated in the Federal Trade Commission's Spam Forum. In this particular discussion, he presents information regarding how consumers are victimized via pirated wares and credit card scams. He also explains the evolution of Spammers, from simple individuals that can be easily traced/identified, to today, when Spammer/pirate tactics include spoofed emails and even hijacked domain names to hide identities.
SymantecJuly 5, 2003 interview
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