Cyber crooks are spitting out vast amount of spam, using an alleged video of Obama making his victory speech. The fake video first surfaced on Wednesday and is slmming the Internet with this infected email. The email actually contains a virus that can steal your identity and also any stored information on your computer system.
According to the Washington Post, it also states that:
The messages, with such subject lines as “election results winner,” and “the new president’s cabinet?” and “fear of a black president,” direct recipients to a site featuring a picture of Obama beneath an official U.S. government seal and the domain name america.gov (the real domain names used to host these fraudulent sites appear to differ from message to message). Beside Obama’s visage is an embedded video player that reads “loading player.” A few seconds after the site loads, the visitor is prompted to download the malware, disguised as “adobe_flash9.exe”.
So be careful when viewing any email that are allegedly from our new President.