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Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Newest e-mail scam

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We all know about being careful when it comes to e-mail attachments. Most of us have learned about "phishing," schemes designed to get us to give our credit card numbers, etc. to a site which pretends to be our bank (as just one example).

This summer, the "someone has sent you a greeting card" scheme appeared, designed to get you to go to site which would download software to your computer and copy your e-mail address book.

Here is the latest one: An e-mail welcoming you to a club. The e-mail gives you a user name and password, and I link to their site. Don't click that link! For more information and to see examples, go here.

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