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Look closely at the subject lines. For those who dont know
a subject line is a summary of an email. If you happen to be getting subject lines such as: "Make.Money.Fast
" most likely the email contains a virus. Watch attached files. Most of the time a file that is a virus has an .exe or .vbs file extension. (A file extension is a type of file.) What most hackers would do is name a file followed by a file extension
followed by another file extension. (blank.jpg.vbs for example.) The first extension (.jpg) is just part of the name if followed by another (.vbs).Check the sender. If the sender is someone you dont know or a company youre not familiar with
the email probably contains a virus.Read the message. Although it might be sent from someone you know
the message may leave you clueless about why it was sent. (For example
the "here you have" email virus simply says "This is The Document I told you about
you can find it Here
" followed by the virus download link. Upon reading
it will send itself to everyone in the Microsoft Office address book with the victim as the sender.) That is an obvious indication that the email contains a virus.Know that email viruses may pretend to be sent from an existing company. It is important to read each email thoroughly; an email may seem to be sent from a legitimate company when it was really sent from a hacker. (This is called forging email.) A forged email may contain multiple spelling/punctuation errors
another indicator that the email contains a virus. Do not follow links unless assured or necessary. Sometimes the virus is located on a website
rather than attached to an email. The hacker would require the victim to follow the link to a website in order for the virus to be downloaded. If not contacted/assured prior to receiving the email that the link is safe