The security research firm Cloudmark issued a sweeping warning about iMessage spam this week. Apparently, the cost of straight up sending regular text messages is encouraging spammers to use Apple’s free service. And they’re going after affluent people in major US cities hard right now.
Cloudmark found a massive coordinated campaign is targeting iPhone users in New York City, Los Angeles, San Diego, and Miami. Links sent to iMessage accounts point to counterfeit luxury goods sites, where you can buy everything from fake Oakley sunglasses to fake Michael Kors bags. It’s
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