Hackers are still trying to infect computers with malwares by using fake malicious email messages. This time, they are using fake generated Amazon receipts or order summaries to trick their victims into clicking on a malicious link in these bogus email messages. This malicious link will take you to a website that was set up by these cybercriminals with the "Black Hole Exploit" kit. This kit is used to detect any vulnerability on your computer and download malicious programs that can exploit them.
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Avoid clicking on links in an email message unless you are absolutely sure the e-mail is legitimate. If you have made an order at Amazon and want to view your order confirmation or receipt, sign into your Amazon account at http://www.amazon.com/ and view your receipt from there instead.
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