Online criminals have enthusiastically embraced the anti phishing filter that Microsoft has built into its Internet Explorer 7 browser... by spoofing it.
Security experts with Sunbelt have spotted numerous webpages that are designed to look like Internet Explorer 7 warning screens (example below). It will feature a standard warning bar in the top of the screen, which will claim that your system is infected with malware. Except that this one isn't invoked by a security scare but embedded into the web page.
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