Posted 11 May 2009 - 10:37 PM
Just wanted to let you know that I received a Blue Mountain Greeting card today that look REAL legit. Since it was right after Mother's Day, I thought it was possible someone sent it to me since I get eCards from friends and family.
This had the greeting card in the e-mail, no attachment until you actually click anywhere in the e-mail and it opens up a dialog box that wants you to run an executable file to view the card. Luckily I canceled it.
Just wanted to warn you all, before you head down the road of distruction. So avoid the Blue Mountain Greeting card hoax.