Security researchers warn that a one-letter typo in Google's domain name could lead to a massive virus- and spyware-infection attack. A simple misspelling of Google's domain name could lead to a Web surfer's worst nightmare. The malicious site, googkle.com, is infested with Trojan droppers, downloaders, backdoors and spyware, and an unsuspecting user only has to visit the page to be at risk of computer hijack attacks, according to a warning from Finnish anti-virus vendor F-Secure Corp.
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