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Package Delivery Failure VIRUS


Be wary of emails from UPS, USPS, FedEx, etc, claiming they have a package for you that requires you to open a file attached to the email.  The attachment contains a virus.

A common (and unfortunately, effective) technique for luring e-mail users into opening virus-launching attachments is to send messages that would appear to be relevant or important to many of their potential recipients. One way of accomplishing this feat is to make the virus-carrying messages appear to come from some type of business entity that many people commonly deal with, such as one of the large Internet auction or retailing sites, or a national bank (or other financial institution), or a major provider of a common service. Package Delivery Failure Virus

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