Be careful what you search for...

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Be careful what you search for...

Like any owner of a website, criminals are interested in directing as much traffic as possible to their pages in order to distribute content and increase potential profits.

Of course, in their case, the content that they are pushing is malware that aims to use their unsuspecting victims' computer to send spam, launch denial of service attacks, or steal valuable information from other users, such as online banking passwords and credit card numbers. The financial ...

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