More sneaky malware tricks

This is the perfect time of year to spread malware via email. A bogus invoice like the one here will likely catch a few victims. Some people will be expecting an invoice like this and click a link to follow up on it, others will notice the charge and believe the may have had their credit card stolen through a recent holiday purchase. They might also click the links to protest the charge.

Pay close attention to where your email comes from, and where any links go to.


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