#870008 by HWVlover
07 Apr 2014, 12:54
I have just got something from this address in my e-mail inbox. Before I open it I thought I had better check it is safe.
Thanks
David
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#870009 by mitchja
07 Apr 2014, 12:57
That's isn't anything legit being sent from us that I'm aware of.

Delete and don't open the attachment.
#870010 by HWVlover
07 Apr 2014, 13:01
Thanks James.

I did download but not open, it is a zip.It claims to be a screensaver. Now running various anti-viruses.
ii)

PS. This is what it looked like in inbox

vflyer [vflyer size].jpg







Does this mean that v-flyer has been hacked?
#870018 by mitchja
07 Apr 2014, 13:50
That's definitely not legit, as long as you don't open the attachment it will be fine.

Legit fax to mail attachments are never sent as zip files.
#870022 by McCoy
07 Apr 2014, 14:44
Oddly, I've just had a similar email, from a fax@ type address, but not from v-flyer.. from a completely different domain name.

Deleted.

Must be a new spam/phish/hack on the rounds...
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