RE: [IP] Viruses and Malware
At 03:52 PM 5/28/2011, Nora Nevers wrote:
>Microsoft also has a free anti-virus called Security Essentials. You can
>download it from www.microsoft.com Both my husband and I use it and have
>seen it catch several things.
Thanks, Nora. I had forgotten about Microsoft Security
Essentials. It's also a very good option. And, any malware or
antivirus software will help with catching the things that are out
there. However, using your brain and not clicking on every link you
receive in email can be helpful as well.
Volunteer IP Administrator
>From: email @ redacted
>[mailto:email @ redacted] On Behalf Of RoseLea
>Sent: Saturday, May 28, 2011 07:46
>To: email @ redacted
>Subject: [IP] Viruses and Malware
>We have seen a drastic increase in people getting infected by viruses and
>malware as is indicated by this type of email being sent to the list:
> >Are you ready to improve your relationship?..
>Please do not click on the links in these types of emails. It will only
>cause you to become infected. Some signs that these emails are not good are
>that they have more than just IP in the To: list and the subject is either
>blank or has another oddity such as just a number or says, "No Subject".
>Members who have found that they have sent out one of these emails need to
>disinfect their computers. We will be unsubscribing anyone who is infected
>until your system is cleaned by using an antivirus software or a malware
>remover such as Malwarebytes. Please make sure your antivirus signatures are
>up to date. Just because your new computer came with Norton or McAfee does
>not mean you are safe unless you subscribed to the updates after your trial
>period. There are also many free antivirus options out there such as Avast
>and AVG, etc.
>Volunteer IP Administrator
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