Sounds like a funny idea, but no surprise that the spamming-industry is searching for new ways to "influence people!

Security firm MessageLabs today reports that it has spotted a massive run of spam sent out in the form of MP3 files and masquerading as music clips from popular artists. This is the first instance of a large distribution of spam hiding inside sound files, the researchers say.

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