Freight forwarding plagued by vicious computer virus: CIFFA
July 1, 2003
TORONTO, Ont. - A vicious computer virus is reportedly making the rounds of Canada's customs and freight forwarding industry.The bad news comes via the Canadian International Freight Forwarders Associ...
TORONTO, Ont. – A vicious computer virus is reportedly making the rounds of Canada’s customs and freight forwarding industry.
The bad news comes via the Canadian International Freight Forwarders Association’s (CIFFA’s) weekly news bulletin for members.
“There is currently a surge in malicious, virus-infected emails,” stated a recent CIFFA members’ bulletin.
“A characteristic of the current viruses is that the “sender” appears to be someone the receiver knows, including CIFFA, member companies, customs or Foreign Affairs employees.” n
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