I got a SPAM today from Sarah Anderson (email@example.com). It sound like a long lost friend that I havn't keep in touch. But, I am thinking who is this Sarah? I went to facebook to search if I can find anything, the result is NOTHING..... so I didn't even bother to click on the link. So, if you see a fishy email, don't try to click the links, you may download a virus. =)
Quote for the HOAX email:
"Hiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Annie, it’s Sarah here, it was such a long time we didn't contact each other, how is it going with you there ? I heard that you got a new job, didn’t you? Is everything ok there ? Hey, can you believe it! I got married to Timothy ! Yes I did. I tried to call but you did not answer. You have changed your number, haven’t you? Just give me your current telephone number if you read this mail. It’s really a pity that we did not see you in our wedding. I wanted to invite you so much. Well, here I’m sending you a few pics taken in our wedding :
Links for the virus
Let's keep in touch then.
Sarah & Timothy"