Researchers warn of 'Spam Zombies from Outer Space'A new wave of spam could be on the way that tricks recipients by looking like it\u2019s a message sent from their friends' e-mail address. Click here for more.Second bug threatens Internet Explorer usersFor the second time in a week, hackers have discovered a previously unknown bug in Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser that could be exploited to run unauthorized software on a Windows computer. Click here for more.Trend Micro appliance will enforce policiesTrend Micro Monday plans to introduce new versions of its VirusWall family of security appliances, designed to help network administrators make sure that the computers on their networks are secure. Click here for more.Residential Wi-Fi sharing made easyResearchers have developed technology designed to enable neighbors to pool their Wi-Fi Internet access to deliver better performance and exploit bandwidth that would otherwise sit idle. Click here for more.Sprint offering router-to-router SLAs for Global MPLS VPN serviceSprint Thursday announced that it is now offering customers end-to-end service-level agreements over its global MPLS VPN service while also expanding the reach of its MPLS backbone. Click here for more.Trojan freezes computer, requests ransomA new kind of malware circulating on the Internet freezes a computer and then asks for a ransom paid through the Western Union Holdings money transfer service. Click here for more.Today on Layer 8, your top draft choice:Watch 200 iPods topple like dominoes; Vocel, Harlequin set women back 60 years; TV how shames UC Berkeley; and what was IBM thinking when it named this product?: all this today and more at your home for not-just-networking news.Remember to check this week's Weekend Edition at NetworkWorld.com - with the cartoon, Interop news, The Good The Bad The Ugly, and much more.For news updated throughout the day, go to Network World's NetFlash news page.