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 n.— «V-spam is a dangerous strain of “virus spam” that is designed to deceive recipients, causing them to invite viruses into their computers. Virus spam, or v-spam, attempts to circumvent anti-virus protection by enticing users to click a Web site link contained in an email, which then delivers a virus.» —“It’s always something: V-spam” by Mr. Modem Press-Enterprise (Riverside, California) July 10, 2009. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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