Discovery tour 2012-04-18 20:53:00
Dcdon 2012-04-18 20:53:03
DO NOT OPEN>>>The attachment in the above post is a virus.<<
Dimitri mourse 2012-04-18 20:53:20
Yes, most people know by now not to open attachments from unknown sources. No problem. However, what is a problem is getting 50-60 messages per day exactly like this one or very similar or one of those "undeliverable messages" warning. Any way to stop that other than getting a new e-mail address???? DO NOT OPEN>>>The attachment in the above post is a virus.<<
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Bloke at the p 2012-04-24 05:44:39
That’s why I had to munge-up my e-mail address. I was welcomed with
over 200 of the f****** viruses withon an hour!
Sad… Really sad…
John 2012-04-24 05:44:41
I get the feeling that this thing lives happily on spammers’ computers
and you’re getting hit with it because your e-mail address has been
harvested by them. I started getting hit badly with it because I made
the terrible (and stupid) mistake of forgetting to change the e-mail
address in my newsreader when I set it up. Ooops! The result was that I
had to change my primary e-mail address. The one you see now is one that
I check occasionally and, if your not on my “good guy” list, it goes
into a spam folder which is deleted daily.