List of Malicious E-mails for March 16 2013

List of Malicious E-mails for March 16 2013

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Here is a list of malicious e-mail messages below, which you should never reply to or click on any of the links in. The messages may appear as if they came from ligitimate e-mail addresses because, these e-mail addresses were spoofed. Spoofing is changing the "From" address of an e-mail message to some other address, in an attempt to fool the recipient.

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Here is the list of malicious e-mail messages:

Unfortunately, I cannot obtain electronic copies of the SPII policy.

Here is the Package and Umbrella,
and a copy of the most recent schedule.


Dear Bank Account Operator,
WIRE TRANSFER: FED4799408568788278

Please REVIEW YOUR TRANSACTION as soon as possible.

Good day,
changelog attached (Internet Explorer File)


as promised - View

Dear Online Account Operator,

Your ACH transactions have been
temporarily disabled.
View details

Best regards,
Security department

Attached document was scanned and sentto you using a HP A-480737P.SENT BY : BRIDGET

Unfortunately, I cannot obtain electronic copies of the Ocean, Warehouse or EPLI policy.

Here is the Package and Umbrella,
and a copy of the most recent schedule.


as promised changelog - View

L. Harvey

as promised changelog - View

L. Harvey

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  • Nov 10, 2016 at 4:13 PM by an anonymous user from Manchester, England, United Kingdom

    I am getting malicious emails from my stalking neighbour. How can I prove he is harassing myself.


    • Nov 10, 2016 at 5:03 PM by info

      Without proof, how do you know he is sending you those malicious emails?

      Tracking down email messages is very hard, because there are so many free email providers to sign up with and send emails from, and so many different internet connections to use, like free WiFI at coffee shops, airports, restaurants, schools, and a lot of other places.


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