E-mails claiming to be from the Department of Homeland Security’s intelligence division are making the rounds and DHS is warning that the emails are fakes and contain malicious software. The e-mails actually originated from Internet addresses in Latvia and Russia, according to a three-page alert from the Homeland Security Department’s counterintelligence unit.
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