Watch your data, even in mourningRegister.
Within 8 hours, said the Register article, a spam campaign popped up in in-boxes, claiming to offer more details on Jackson's death. This particular campaign didn't any fishy-looking links or other tell-tale signs of spammery. Instead, it was able to harvest e-mail addresses if replied to.
The latest round of MJ spam offers "previously unreleased" photos and videos, which, if clicked on, drive viewers to a Trojan Downloader.
As we remember and mourn the global pop star, many of us are looking for a little extra Michael Jackson material today. Just remember that spammers heard the news, too, and are willing to use it to grab your info.