24520Re: [Y-Mail] Yahoo Mail Hack Sending Emails With Single Link To Rogue Websites
- Mar 7, 2013Let me rephrase that.... IF it's from someone you know, there's no reason not to click on it....
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On 03/07/2013 09:02 AM, Sasafrass452 wrote:
But of course, not all links lead to a virus. Unless it's from someone you know, there's no reason NOT to click on it unless that person is unknowingly infected & their email is sending spam. In these cases, it's pretty easy to tell when a link is not something a friend or relative would send you. All it takes is 2 seconds to look at the url before you click on it.
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why are people still clicking on links ?!
it's been shown to be the single most hazardous thing to do.
--- On Wed, 3/6/13, Bill Todd <bt542000@...> wrote:
From: Bill Todd <bt542000@...>
Subject: Re: [Y-Mail] Yahoo Mail Hack Sending Emails With Single Link To Rogue Websites
Received: Wednesday, March 6, 2013, 2:23 PM
its simpledon't click on the link just delete the email
On 6 March 2013 16:21, Chris B <chrisjbrady@...> wrote:
This is all detailed in posts to Yahoo Group [Y-Mail] and also at this excellent website:
Although this article is about issues with yahoo mail in New Zealand, the hack described seems to be the same that everyone else is reporting.
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