Email Security and Wiretapping
Are you being wiretapped? Or are you just being set-up via email?
I got this email recently:
The attached file was call234.rar, and GMail indicated that it could not be scanned for viruses, malware, or spyware.
Most likely, this compressed file is password-protected. Some people try to hide viruses in zip or compressed files, and then password protect those files to prevent anti-virus software from scanning them.
Afterall, if you don't know a compressed file's password, how can you even open it, right?
But the email does mention the password, which means the sender wants you (and not the antivirus programs) to open it.
So most likely, the file is infected. All we have to do now is simply delete the email before the compellingly-written message tempts us to open the attachment.
Here's to increase email security, and may we not be fooled by these messages about wiretapped phone lines.
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