RE: [IP] Viruses and Malware
At 04:54 PM 5/28/2011, email @ redacted wrote:
>Resending the emails with the intact links just makes it more likely someone
>else will get infected
Why? If someone doesn't read the email and only blindly clicks
links, then perhaps they shouldn't be using email?
>From: email @ redacted
>[mailto:email @ redacted] On Behalf Of RoseLea
>Sent: Saturday, May 28, 2011 7:46 AM
>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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