CDC warns of fake swine flu e-mails
Health officials are warning the public about fake e-mails inviting people to sign up for swine flu vaccine registrations.
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention officials this week put out an advisory about the e-mails, which call for adults to create a personal H1N1 (swine flu) vaccination profile on the cdc.gov Web site. CDC officials say the e-mails appear to be spam messages designed by hackers to spread a computer virus. The CDC does not have such a vaccination program.
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The CDC's warning: »www.cdc.gov/hoaxes_rumors.html