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Your Package is on its Way, But Not the One You Expected

Here’s a current scam those involved in shipping and receiving should be aware of. Suppose you’re expecting a package from a major package delivery company. You receive a seemingly legitimate email from the shipping company offering a means to track the progress of your delivery by simply clicking on the supplied link “Arrival Notification.” The only problem is, as a result of the Microsoft default being set to hide file extensions; you don’t see the full file name “Arrival Notification .exe.”

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Robert Crossland

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