In Pictures: Don’t click on these links

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Invoice attachments You're probably used to getting invoices as attachments. In June, security firm Kaspersky Lab noticed a mass mailing that pretended to be an invoice from well-known information provider LexisNexis and had a legitimate-seeming return address, the LexisNexis logo, and a professional style and format. It asked recipients to download the attached PDF for the full invoice. In this particular phishing campaign, the attachment was actually a zip file containing a trojan. Criminals have also found a way to embed a virus into an actual PDF file, so be wary.

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