USPS Warns of Potential Virus in Fake Emails

You may want to think twice before clicking on an email from the U.S. Post Office because it may contain a virus.

The U.S. Postal Services says some of its customers are receiving fake emails about a package delivery. The email contains an attachment, that when opened installs a malicious virus, which steals personal information off of the person's computer. Postal Inspectors advise anyone who comes across an email they think may be suspicious, to not download the attachment and delete the email.

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  • by Ruth Location: Havana on Jan 8, 2012 at 06:59 AM
    I got that email, but realized that there is no way the Postal Service would have my email address, so it went to the spam folder. People have to use their brain to stay out of trouble.
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