Dangers of HTML Attachments


Internet criminals never stop trying to get past our spam filters and trick you into clicking on phishing links or opening malicious email attachments. This is a warning against a new type of attack that uses an HTML attachment which tries to scam you into entering your user name and password. HTML attachments are often used by banks for secure messages, so you might think that these are always safe. They are NOT. If you get an email with an HTML attachment, be just as careful as always and do not open it unless you have asked for it, or have verified with the sender that the attachment is legit. Remember: Always Think Before You Click!

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