Wednesday, April 27, 2011

spammers

Today I received an e-mail purportedly from UPS that announced my package had arrived, and to click on the link below for my tracking number and another link to download my invoice.

First of all, if my package had arrived then why would I need tracking info?

Anyway, it was obvious to me this was fraudulent but then I am sure there are many out there who would click on the link. Had the jerks who sent this out used something like "your paycheck has arrived" in the subject line instead of "package" maybe even more people would click.

It just pointed out to me the need for an additional key on the standard computer keybord: "ES" = "electrocute sender" key. Press it and it sends a 5,000 volt shock back through the internet to the keyboard of the person who sent the e-mail.

Today it is just a dream but one day it will be a reality, haha..

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