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Notice the poor English, the fact that some of the spacing between words is two or three spaces (not a very professional look but designed to get through Spam filters), and there was an attached .zip file. Zip files are a normal way of sending attachments, but I bet that inside this one there is an .exe or some other executable file that would infect my computer. Yahoo would never send me an e-mail with an attachment, nor would any other reputable company.
Email account disabling warning
Dear user of Yahoo.com gateway e-mail server, We warn you about some attacks on your e-mail account. Your computer may contain viruses, in order to keep your computer and e-mail account safe, please, follow the instructions. Pay attention on attached file. Attached file protected with the password for security reasons. Password is 73707. Have a good day, The Yahoo.com team http://www.yahoo.com
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I have recently
got demobilize from army and also I am going to act in a higher
Attached file tells everything.
Best wishes, Jessie
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Reporting-MTA: dns;ex1.isitraining.com Received-From-MTA: dns;howtomaster.com Arrival-Date: Wed, 30 Jun 2004 19:20:10 -0400 Final-Recipient: rfc822;email@example.com Action: failed Status: 5.1.1
Re: Your text
Wed, 30 Jun 2004 18:20:09 -0500
Here is the file. Your_text.pif your_text.eml
In this e-mail the subject was Re: Setup, again trying to make we think I've had correspondence with the person, or perhaps, that I've gotten an e-mail meant for someone else who is getting a great deal on a home loan. Also note the spelling irregularities of r\ate, l o an, and r a te s. These are examples of how the spammer is trying to fool the Spam filters. The link is actually to a website. I have never known anyone named Dewitt.
The screen shot below is from my Junk mail folder. Everything you see listed is Spam. One, however, came from a legitimate e-mail address. I contacted the person at that address because I knew him and am on his e-mail list. I was afraid that his computer had a virus. He told me it was just someone using his legitimate e-mail address to try and fool people. Fortunately, between my two Spam filters it was caught and I only accidentally discovered it later.