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Friday, January 25, 2008


I was just checking one of my Yahoo email addresses and noticed an email from my Gmail address (smariekknits at gmail dot com) with the subject line "Fwd: Photo" which contained some JPG files and an attached .BHX file. First of all, I knew I didn't send this email from myself (Gmail) to myself (Yahoo). The email message was really the Blackworm thing from a while back, which is pretty much summarized in this old article from PC Mag.

This email was just a little reminder not to go click happy about opening attachments from "known" senders.

2 stitch(es):

Anonymous said...

I don't get it. Are you saying that your actual e-mail address was in the "From" line? How can that happen ? YIKES!

hakucho said...

Thanks for the warning :)