Re: spysoftcentral?????




"michigan" <michigan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
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i have been invoiced by spysoftcentral.com for a sum in excess of £79, the
invoice has an attachment which has an exe extension. should i open this
attachment? i have scanned it with norton and that came up clean, i have
stopped any payment to these people. any advice on what to do, where to go
etc would be appreciated.
kind regards

Look here. It is a new way to get someone to open a exe file that has
malware. Do not open the attachment. Read here first.
http://www.dynamoo.com/diary/spysoftcentral-order-approval.htm?gclid=CNf6_MuUoYYCFRRyQwodACIjuQYou

"old" devildog



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