Is so-called voice over Internet protocol (Vo IP) safe?
I have tried to block them with the spam filter but they keep sending different origins and different content.
The last couple of months has seen a mass campaign of sex mails looking very similar to these that lead to supposed dating sites, where sex or the lure of sex is the only commodity offered. Some of course fall for them and end up with a big hole in their pocket from the fees charged for introductions with never a meeting or date ever taking place.
The malspam senders have upped the game today and identical type emails are being spammed out containing a malware attachment.
Unsolicited pop-ups can contain inappropriate content. Or you can unwittingly download spyware from a pop-up.
These programs can monitor or control your computer use, and subject your computer to a barrage of pop-up ads, hijacked browsers, keys that don’t work, sluggish performance and other operating problems.
It doesn’t at first glance look like any Locky of Dridex version that I have been seeing recently. send me a msg so we ćan talk The profile – These malicious attachments normally have a password stealing component, with the aim of stealing your bank, Pay Pal or other financial details along with your email or FTP ( web space) log in credentials.
I am waiting on feedback from researchers and Antivirus companies. Many of them are also designed to specifically steal your Facebook and other social network log in details.
Be careful what you download, and don’t click on links within pop-up windows.
The software will detect spyware and allow you to delete it. What does that mean for the privacy of messages I send to friends, the family photos I post and the personal information I put on my profile?
My neighbor recently halved her monthly phone bill by switching from her traditional landline telephone service to Internet calling.
how can I stop these emails as it seems the setting for blocking email 'content' is not there but 'subject' is?
thanks, The major complaint we have with VM at the moment is that the spam filters are so inconsistent in their operation that people don't know whether they are reliably receiving e-mail that they are expecting or whether it is being bounced by VM at source. Now , of course, pornographic e-mails are never acceptable but until VM get their spam filtering sorted out they will simply end up all over the place and not in your spam folder.