An email announcing the launch of a new Google Pharmacy service is a trap designed to infect the recipient with Trojan software.
The statement claims to be from Team Google and even the two 'o's in the Google logo have been replaced by blue Viagra pills. Google regularly produces themed logos to celebrate various occasions.
The email, discovered by SurfControl, attempts to lure the recipient to a phishing website containing Trojan software.
The malware attempts to download other malicious programs and compromise the host PC's security settings.
The scam displays a fake notice in a frame at the bottom of the site claiming that it has been accredited by Google Pharmacy, mimicking Google's Online Pharmacy Qualification Program for its AdWords service.
SurfControl advises users to update antivirus software to protect against the threat.
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