Old Wives' Tales
Radio & TV
Toxin du jour
Example: [Collected on the Internet, 2005]
Origins: In mid-February 2005,
The FBI has nothing to do with these letters — these missives are purely the work of the virus originator, his or her way of ensuring the attachment accompanying the
FBI ALERTS PUBLIC TO RECENT E-MAIL SCHEMEThis is not the first time a virus has been spread via an
E-mails purporting to come from FBI are phony
Washington, D.C. - The FBI today warned the public to avoid falling victim to an on-going mass
These e-mails did not come from the FBI. Recipients of this or similar solicitations should know that the FBI does not engage in the practice of sending unsolicited
Opening e-mail attachments from an unknown sender is a risky and dangerous endeavor as such attachments frequently contain viruses that can infect the recipient’s computer. The FBI strongly encourages computer users not to open such attachments.
The FBI takes this matter seriously and is investigating. Users receiving
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