| In the first example below, the "ISP.com" would be replaced by the name of the company
that provides your email service: "AOL.com" or "Comcast.net" in place of "ISP.com".
This email arrived with a file attachment named "MoreInfo.zip", and the body of the email
message instructs the reader to use a password to open the attachment.
Dear user of ISP.com gateway e-mail server,
Some of our clients complained about the spam (negative e-mail content)
outgoing from your e-mail account. Probably, you have been infected by
a proxy-relay trojan server. In order to keep your computer safe,
follow the instructions.
Further details can be obtained from attached file.
In order to read the attach you have to use the following password: 26238.
The ISP.com team www.ISP.com
| In this second example, the file attachment was named "readme.zip".
This ZIP file was not password protected, and my antivirus software still did not
catch it.  The body of the email includes a message saying that the attachment
has already been scanned for viruses by something called "www.bitdefender.com",
and was found to be free of viruses. Do not be fooled by claims like this.
Your mail account is expired.
See the details to reactivate it.
+++ Attachment: No Virus found
+++ Bitdefender AntiVirus - www.bitdefender.com