malicious software

Another scam using the military

Here is an email I recently received. No way am I going to click on any link in these types of emails. I wonder how many unsuspecting internet users click on these links and pay the price.

Hello Dear,

I am Col. Owen White, an officer of the U.S Army. I am on the move to Afghanistan from Iraq as the last batch just left and have some items I will need to ship to you. I want to know if you can you be trusted?

Please check this site so you could understand what I am trying to say: http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/7444083.stm. Contact me immediately if you can assist as I will only highlight more on this transaction if you meet my conditions.

Please signify your interest by replying to my private email: owenwhite67@hotmail.com

Thanks

Col. Owen White

Email

NOTE: THIS E-MAIL IS VERY CONFIDENTIAL AND SHOULD BE KEPT HIGHLY SECRETIVE FROM ANY THIRD PARTY.

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Google earth users, be careful

You can receive Google Earth updated versions from Google free. Why take the chance from a strange email address like this megaprjan@overmovefor.com  I have a feeling you would receive malicious software clicking on these hyperlinks in this email.

Google Earth User,
We wanted to wish you the best in 2011.
We’re also taking this opportunity to introduce our newest 2011 enhancement for Google Earth.
Download the 2011 Version Here
Google Earth lets you fly anywhere on the planet to see satellite imagery, maps, terrain, 3D buildings, the ocean and even galaxies in outer space.
Explore amazing geographical formations, save your toured places, and share with others.
Download the Latest 2011 Version Here
Thanks,

Earth Enhancer
Customer Support