Hackers have seized on the enormous popularity of the Disney movie High School Musical 3 to spread Trojan horses, adware, and other malicious code, reports CNET--a development that could give educators a timely reason to teach students of the dangers of internet scams, and using peer-to-peer networks to share files in particular. Teens interested in downloading High School Musical-related music and video on peer-to-peer networks should be wary of malware, warns Panda Security. While this might be obvious to older computer uses, younger users might not yet have experience with the social engineering used by malware writers, the security vendor...

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