About 2 percent of AOL s e-mail accounts have been affected by the technique known as spoofing the company said in a...

Posted: April 30th 2014

Category: Anti-Virus News

About 2 percent of AOL’s e-mail accounts have been affected by the technique, known as spoofing, the company said in a blog post. There’s no indication that the users’ passwords or security questions were hacked, AOL said. Read more here!

AOL Works With U.S. Authorities After Spammers Spoof E-Mails
AOL Inc. said it’s working with forensic experts and federal authorities to investigate a sharp rise in spam e-mails designed to look like they were coming from the company’s users.

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