O boy not again ehh ?? . Try to remember UPS or Fedex event . Again this time widespread malware campaign spammed out - this time pretending to be regarding an aborted attempt to send a parcel via DHL to the recipient's address.
Don't be a fool . Straight ahead delete it or screw yourself (Choice is yours ). Stay Safe .Here's what a typical email in today's attack looks like, complete with a DHL corporate logo in the header and the subject line "DHL Package delivery status":
DHL malware campaign
Dear [name derived from email address], with this message we notify you that delivery at your destination, tracking ID #[number], has FAILED due to an address discrepancy. To obtain your delivery please print out the attached document and contact DHL US support
Feel free to contact us with further questions.
Attached to the email is a file, DHL report.zip, which contains malware designed to infect Windows computers.
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I don't need to know everything, I just need to know where to find it, when I need it.
Got one today at my business email. It was in my spam folder, so good on Yahoo for that. A Guy
I get these kind of e-mails all the time. But when you know that you didn't order anything that should be coming by parcel service, or postal service it makes one kinda suspicious.
In loving memory of my Grandpa John and Great Uncle Barry.
Oh gosh it's back using the same tactics?
I love these emails because the idiots who get caught out get what they deserve
“People who think they know everything are a great annoyance to those of us who do”
Well said Ted .
some people are not clued up and thanks to Indra more are now, curiosity killed the cat is an old saying but it's sad that some people just can't help themselves and are click happy, i know far too many... i would lay all the blame at the creators rather than on human nature...
i know of some old folks that are taking the first steps into using pc's and the web and that is the target i feel more sorry for as it's new and exciting to some of them.... i know my father would have loved to have got a chance to use one and my mother no interest at all...
Fortunately I had a couple of pretty good "teachers" when it came to surfing the internet and learned not to open up e-mails like that.curiosity killed the cat is an old saying but it's sad that some people just can't help themselves and are click happy, i know far too many
i think it was around 2004 when i first came across scam e-mails even then i knew i had not signed up for them, and decided to find out more about there origins only to read people had fell for the Nigerian scams... having good teachers or somebody likes of Indra posting such scams can benifit all.. and yes there are a few i don't feel one bit sorry for..nor would i wish it on them in the same breath..