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July 9, 2014 10:59 AM

Fourth of July malware campaign targets tourism websites including Myrtle Beach

Websites for major U.S. tourism destinations including Myrtle Beach were a target in a malware virus timed with the big July Fourth travel holiday, but local tourism promoters say they haven’t heard of any problems because of it.

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