On 01/02/13 06:55, Steven wrote:
> check this page out http://bit.ly/11atVsO
I almost always ignore links with URL shorteners.
Run Windows update on any current Windows, look at some of those
problems being fixed - particularly those containing "unauthenticated"
"remote web page" and "carefully crafted" and you will begin to
The executive summary:
Web pages exist that are designed to infiltrate Internet Explorer and
cause it to run arbitrary code (ie code supplied by persons unknown) on
your computer with your (or worse, elevated) privilege. That, and
similar woes in email, provide the ungodly with limitless unauthorised
access to people's computers worldwide, and they can then use the
computers for various purposes such as sending spam, attacking other's
computers. And their access to your private information such as banking
details isn't to be sneezed at.
Years ago, when I first set up email for my wife, the first email she
received was from a friend. It contained a Windows virus. Fortunately
for us, Windows viruses don't work well on Linux.
On 29/01/13 09:07, Benoit St-Jean wrote:
> hard to believe this lol http://bit.ly/VsocvU
These are the critical parts of your headers:
Received: from [188.8.131.52] by web161303.mail.bf1.yahoo.com via HTTP;
Mon, 28 Jan 2013 17:07:40 PST
Same advice for you.