Baseball player John C Odom became known to millions across America last May after he was traded for ten maple bats.
Tragically, the 26-year-old died from an accidental overdose of drugs and alcohol late last year.
This news has only just become widely known after the mainstream media stumbled across the story.
So, how is this a relevant topic for this blog? Well, heartless hackers have set up a website pretending to be a Google News search result about John Odom’s death, which installs malicious software onto your computer.
In the above graphic showing search results for John Odom’s name, sent to me by Clu-blog reader Pete, you’ll see that squeezed…
Read more in my article on the Naked Security website.
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