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Wednesday October 31, 2007

Agency Warns Against Fraudulent E-mails

While most of you are smart enough not to fall for this, you might want to pass it on to friends and family that arenít so tech savvy.

The e-mails claim that a has been filed with the FTC against the e-mail's recipient. An attachment to them includes a virus that, if opened, will install a program that can steal passwords and account numbers from receiving computers.

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