All kidding aside, advise your users to immediately delete such e-mails, which
can often strike fear into the hearts of users with that ".gov" suffix.
This latest trick comes with attachments and links that will download the virus,
which then steals personal information from the victim like passwords and account
If you or any of your users see this e-mail knocking on your door this Halloween,
forward it to [email protected]. Then the real
FTC can investigate the tricksters.
What are some of the craziest malware e-mails you've received? What's your
process for protecting your users and screening e-mails? Do you rely more on
technology or on educating users? Send me a virus-free e-mail at [email protected]
and let me know.
Posted by Lafe Low on October 31, 2007 at 11:57 AM
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