Possible virus/trojan warning

Tom Wells

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#1
Today I got an email saying it was from Joe Drumheller. It had a Dropbox file along with it.

I called Joe: he didn't send it.

My logic tells me his AOL account and his Dropbox accounts were hacked. His list of contacts will likely receive the same kind of email I got; doubtless they are not benign...

Warning: don't download and don't open anything from Joe today!

Hopefully he can change his passwords and recover ownership of those two accounts.
 

Tom Wells

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#7
Well, here we go again. Just now I got an e-mail from Jose at AOL with the same message: download this Dropbox file :uglystupid2:

I've forwarded it to Dropbox & AOL.

Maybe they're going down the list from this site to send trojans to (no, not that kind of trojan - malware!)?
 

Tom Wells

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#8
Well, here we go again. This time it's from Scott Harrison who seems to have changed his e-mail address to jnikkila177@stu.clcillinois.edu

The subject line is: Fw: for all, and it has a link for you to click on. I'm sure whatever idiot sent this would be pleased if you did.

As always, never click a link in an e-mail unless you sent it to yourself!
 
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