Be cautious of any email you do not recognize. Be extremely cautious of attachments...
Common Email Subjects for Emails containing viruses
Do not open attachments from emails with the following subjects(or very similar), if you do not recognize the sender. Attachments often are zip files which contain executable code, web programs, or applications. Sometimes these files are Word or Excel docs that use Macros to install software to your computer.
- USPS - Your package is available for pickup (Parcel #).
- USPS - Missed package delivery ("USPS Express Services").
- USPS - Missed package delivery.
- ADP payroll: Account Charge Alert.
- ACH notification("ADP Payroll").
- ADP Reference #
- Payroll recieved by Intuit
- Important- attached file
- FW: Last Month Remit
- Mcafee Always On Protection Reactivation
- Scanned Image from a Xerox WorkCentre
- Scan from a Xerox WorkCentre
- scanned from Xerox
- Annual Form- Authorization to Use Privately owned vehicle on State Business
- My resume
- New Voicemail Message
- Voice Message from Unknown
- Voice Message from Unknown Caller
- Important- New Outlook Settings
- Scan Data
- FW:Payment Advice - Adivce Ref:[GB#]/ACH credits/ Customer Ref:[pay run date]
- Payment Advice- Advice Ref:[GB#]
- New contract agreement
- Important Notice - Incoming Money Transfer
- Notice of unreported income
- Notice of unreported income- Last months reports
- Payment Overdue - Please respond
- FW: Check copy
- Payroll Invoice USBANK
- Corporate eFax message from "random phone #" -# pages
- past due invoices
- FW Case FH3#
- Symantec Endpoint Protection: Important System Update - requires immediate action
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