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Savvy internet users know that downloading unsolicited computer programs is one of the most dangerous things you can do online, because it puts you at great risk for a virus or another time bomb from a hacker. But even some sophisticated surfers could get taken in by a sneaky new attack in which criminals create fake YouTube pages--dead-on replicas of the real site--to push their malicious software and make it look like it's safe stuff coming from a trusted source, reports the Associated Press. A program circulating online helps hackers build those fake pages. Users who follow an eMail message
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