The Microsoft Office name is being leveraged by cybercriminals in two new campaigns meant to infect users' machines. Email security firm Red Condor on Thursday warned of a spear phishing run in which messages appear to be invitations for recipients to update their Microsoft Office Outlook Web Access settings. Following the link, however, leads to the pernicious, data-stealing Zeus trojan. In another scam, searches for "" is leading to malicious websites hawking rogue anti-virus programs, internet security vendor Websense said Friday in a blog post. — DK