Five messages to never trust in your e-mail box
Aug 31, 2009, 20:03 (2 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols)
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"Every day, and I mean every day, I get not only spam messages,
but notes trying to trick me into going to a site that will infect
my Windows PC with malware or con me into giving up my bank account
or credit-card numbers. You simply can't trust anything you find in
your e-mail box.
"Here are some of the most common scams. Many of you might
think, "How could anyone fall for these?" The sad truth is that
people fall for them every day. That's why thieves use them. If you
already know them, think about your friends and relatives who
aren't as smart as you are and send the URL to this story to them.
You might save them a lot of money or, at the least, a busted