Newest Form of Spam Virus Injection-- The Vanity Spam
The latest form of spam with the intent to put a virus on my machine is the vanity spam. They think that I am vain enough to have my name in a fake who's who. Read it and weep:
As you are more than likely aware, you were recently selected
for inclusion in the new 2013 edition of the Who's Who Among
Executives and Professionals.
Despite our efforts, we have not yet received confirmation of
your biographical profile, and are reaching out to you again
in an effort to do so.
Click here to verify and confirm your profile
The tradition of the Who's Who reaches back more than
100 years to a time when the prestigious and accomplished
were featured in a yearly publication that defined high society.
Today, the Who's Who provides a useful resource where business
professionals, academics, and Executives are both recognized for
their achievements and provided with an unparalleled networking
resource. Using our database, you can make global contacts,
discuss current events and happenings with your peers, and
establish yourself as either a mentor to aspiring professionals or
further your business network.
Our goal is to seek out the premier executives and professionals
throughout the world. There is absolutely no cost or obligation
for your biographical profile. Simply click this link to fill out
the appropriate biographical fields.
Who's Who Among Executives and Professionals
To change your communication options please click this link
or write to:
3635 S. Fort Apache Rd, Suite 200 - 637
Las Vegas, NV 89147
The Virus Domain where the mail comes from is www.dotfluid.com. There is no website. The address that is listed is for a U-Haul truck rental.
Needless to say, that if you get one of these, don't click any of the links.