New E-Card Scam Threat

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If you get any emails purporting to contain an ‘E-Card’, most probably from an admiring female, think very hard about clicking on it, better still just delete it.

Obviously it’s a scam since you’ve never heard of the person sending it, but a lot of people will open the email and click on the link out of curiosity, to have a look at the card. Big mistake! As soon as you do the web site you are connected to will try to install spyware that will seek out credit card and bank details, passwords and private info by logging your keystrokes. It only takes a second or so and you won’t know it has happened, unless you have some really up to date and on the ball malware protection on your PC, you will be infected!

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