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Future IM worms to jump services, potentially infecting more users worldwide.
Recent rise in spam and malware attributed to new gang war online.
A variant of the Warezov Trojan horse has again been programmed to spread through the instant-messaging feature in Skype.
Pykse.A, similar to pests that affect instant-messaging applications, targets users with a chat message and a malicious Web link.
Security experts say phishing attacks are becoming more sophisticated, outnumber e-mails infected with malicous software.
Security experts warn of a Trojan horse disguised as celebratory e-mail that could turn a PC into a spamming zombie.