I don´t know if this is truth,but,in your e-mails,DO NOT OPEN [color=red]SAUDADE.EXE[/color]! [color=black]Someone is using the name of The Holy Man(the pope)to make a vírus.I don´t know if this is a nacional son-of-a-b**** or was made by any [email="****¨%$%#$@@#$"]****¨%$%#$@@#$[/email] of some place of the world.There will be a message with this,but I heard that the danger is on the .exe.Anyway,stay sharp!The enemy is comming![/color]
This is the truth -- in your e-mails, you should never open up anything which has a .exe file extension, even if it's from someone you trust. There are some other extensions to watch out for, but anyone who opens a .exe, especially anyone who do so without virus checking it first, just deserves everything they have coming to them. You should virus scan everything before you even consider opening it, anyway.
A little while ago, an e-mail was caught in my spam filter that said something about new details about my job, and had a .jpg less than 1 KB in size attached. Now, I don't have a job (and didn't then), and that file looked a little suspicious. These things are usually pretty easy to see coming, really. Nobody sends people random files via e-mail if they aren't trying to give them viruses...
I never get any viruses in my email, I feel so unwanted.
I could always give you one, if you want. I have a floppy disk loaded with them, for some reason. I used to give them to my cousin, because he kept trying to give them to me. The only difference being, I didn't open them... :Puzzled:
Why would I want you to give me them? I prefer them to be from random users.
I'm not random enough for you?
No, your not even semi-random.
Well now that you've told me not to do it, if I went and did it, it would be random, no?
I expected you would say that.