Hi I have just noticed something that strikes me as strange about my Yahoo Email.
I recently sent an email to one of my contacts. When they emailed me back they had used the reply feature and that sent me back a copy of my old email to them.
That is as it should be, however I noticed something in my original email that I had not put there, and I am wondering if I might have a Trojan of some kind that is adding commercial advertisements to my outgoing email without my knowledge.
Here is a copy of the suspicious part of the email >>
> Subject: Re: Just Saying Hi
> *grabs tori by the throat and chokes her just a little bit* Damn Boo,
acting as a <a style='text-decoration: none; border-bottom: 3px
onmouseover="window.status='big sister'; return true;"
onmouseout="window.status=''; return true;">big sister</a> I had to do that to you for
having sex again, I think after I recommended that you don't do it.
I did not put that link into my outgoing email, so how did it get there? Has anyone got any ideas about this?
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