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From: InfoSec News (alertsinfosecnews.org)
Date: Wed Sep 24 2008 - 00:07:08 CDT
September 22, 2008
The RCMP and Canada's electronic counter-espionage agency have been
called in to investigate after someone sent out two fake e-mails under
the name of Stephen Harper to subscribers of the prime minister's
website mailing list.
The notes were sent over the weekend to an e-mail address that
automatically distributes messages to people who have signed on to the
Prime Minister's Office mailing list.
One of the messages, entitled "Why you shouldn't fear me," begins with
the greeting "Hi The Average Canadian, Stephen Harper wanted to tell
The e-mail then claims Harper's goal is "to make Canada America's 51st
state and destroy health care that all Canadians cherish by infusing my
propaganda with hard-core ad hominem attacks [attacks on someone's
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