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Scam Alert

More evil e-mail
You should never open unsolicited e-mail. They are, with few exceptions, scams and viruses. That said, here's another dangerous junk e-mail.

The Ganda War Virus: MSNBC has reported that a virus e-mail called Ganda is invading inboxes with promises of war-themed attachments including anti-Bush screen savers and secret U.S. spy pictures of Iraq. When activated, Ganda e-mails itself to the names in your Microsoft Outlook and disables anti-virus products.

To learn about other threats to your inbox, check out Bankrate.com's list of common e-mail hoaxes and common e-mail scams.

Read about more scams.

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-- Posted: Oct. 10, 2003
   

 

 
 
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