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Always be suspicious when it comes to attachments

This is by no means a new way of distributing viruses, but more of an oldie but a goodie. The old zip attachment from a source that strikes fear in most Americans, the good old IRS. Best rule of thumb when it comes to attachments is if seams the least bit suspicious, just delete it. The chances that the IRS would just randomly email you about something are slim to none. Interactions with the IRS are almost always a littl emore official like a certified letter or phone call. Also watch out for the same email with an exe attachemnt instead of a zip.¬†Personally I don’t care of the email came from my Mom, if it has a zip or exe attachment it’s going in the trash bin. For more great tips for avoiding viruses and other security threats be sure to visit us regulary.

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