I'm on NTL and I've just received the following email:
Your photograph was forwarded to us as part of an article we are publishing for our May edition of Business Monthly. Can you check over the format and get back to us with your approval or any changes you would like. If the photograph is not to your liking then please attach a preferred one.
John Andrews Dept Marketing Flexiprint.co.uk
The email contains a zip attachment, which I've checked and it contains a SCR which is a script. My virus scanner calls it suspicious, so I'm no able to tell which virus it is. The return email doesn't exist, neither does www. flexiprint .co.uk
If you tempted in opening it, don't, just delete it.
That's what I've said " If you tempted in opening it, don't, just delete it.", I'm just warning people. I don't mind digging a bit because I'm running Linux so its less likely to do damage, it only takes a minute to reinstall if anything goes wrong. I think if you can give people information on what it is, they are less likely to open it. People do have a habit of opening these, how else are they spread? Especially if the virus scanner doesn't pick it up straight away.