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请勿相信任何要你花钱的邮件!

昨天下班时,中文电台正好讲邮箱被骇客侵占的事情。请了三位生意成功,IT人士来讲自己的见证。

今天一早,还在床上好梦呢,朋友打电话来,说,你怎么这么早就上网发E-mail了?

我说没有啊,我送儿子上学后,就回床做梦了。她说,我也奇怪,这个邮件说在家工作可以月赚过万的,心想,你这个懒得数零的人,怎么会发这种信?

啊!我的邮箱被“骇客”了!

这里提醒各位乡亲,如果你收到朋友发来“求救”,“借钱”,或者上网赚大钱,中奖等等的信件,都不要相信。‘

 

据专家说,邮箱被骇,是防不胜防的,没办法的事情。机率如高速公路的事故一样,总是存在!

骇客花样层出不穷,只有自己收到了邮件不要受骗上当。

1.某个朋友给你发信求救,请你立即电汇现金去救急。这个邮件已经流传多年,不过还是有人上当。

如果你担心那个朋友,不妨先打个电话核实一下,尽管邮件里说,他人在异国他乡,手机丢失。你还是可以打去他家里,公司,手机查实。说不定他还在被窝里做梦呢!

昨天一位会长就说他最近邮箱被骇了,一大早手机收到邮件,迷糊中点开,里面资料,信件全部空白。接着电话就不断进来,亲友都问他,你是在西班牙被抢劫了吗?他说,我在家呢!

但他其中一个侠义朋友真急了,回个信问,我怎么帮你?被指示立即电汇现金到某帐号。他真的去了,银行有警觉,帮他HOLD住不要寄出,让他再查实;他打电话去朋友的公司,公司的人说,他昨晚还在这里加班呢!还好,他损失了百来块手续费。

 

2.便宜勿贪!坚信自己没有超级好运,不会中大小奖,不可能在家赚大钱,天上掉冰雹,不会下钞票。

匆匆写就,给各位乡亲一个提醒!

 

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阿朵的头像
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所以你要采取相应的措施了,第一件事就是要改你的密码!

 
予微的头像
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好的,朵朵妈。谢谢你提醒!

昨天电台上说话的那个人比较惨,他信箱里所有的资料都变成空白了。

 
henrysong的头像
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这种邮件,常常有,我通常看都不看,直接送进垃圾箱。

不过有一次收到昨天电台中提到的那个到国外旅游丢钱包的邮件,一看就知道假的,我就和对方玩,告诉他我在那里的美国领馆有朋友,让他去领馆,一定会让他回到美国,对方就一直让我去汇款, 我就说,你把地址给我, 我让朋友拿钱去给你,对方就再不回复了, 哈哈哈。

 
予微的头像
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哈哈,这么好玩!道高一尺,魔高一丈!

 
henrysong的头像
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不过我后来和朋友们提起这事,被一致批评,说我不应该去惹这些人,把他们惹急了,不知道会作什么呢,还是把邮件直接删除为好。

我从前在ID5和MSN的博客都被黑过,只好搬到了新浪。雅虎邮箱也被骇客占领过,折腾了一个多星期,才从雅虎那里重新拿回来,里面所有的信件全被删除了。至今还有雅虎的一个邮箱进不去呢。这帮骇客,很可恨。昨天电台讲的,实在是小儿科。:)

 
牧童歌谣的头像
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有一次我接到我妹妹的邮件,里边有个link,我多了个心眼,没有打开,给我妹妹打电话过去问。我妹妹正气急败坏呢。 她收到一个奇怪邮件,打开link一看是伟哥广告,结果只要收件人一打开这个link,它就会自动把这个伟哥广告群发给你通信录里边所有的人!!  我妹妹通讯录里上百号人,熟悉的不熟悉的,男的女的,还有多少年没联系的,公司老板,前任公司所有人,一律收到来自她的伟哥广告。  什么事儿啊! 我妹妹气得都哭了。 

见到奇怪link 千万别打开!

 
予微的头像
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牧童你换了个容颜?

这两天发现,很多人的邮箱都被骇了.都是发广告.开始我也没留心,以为是教会的姐妹给我发来一个见证的Link.

 

 
深秋红叶的头像
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去年这样的事就发生在我的邮箱,说我被打劫了,被困大不列颠,请求资助。。。这些信发到我所有的联系人的信箱里,弄得我的朋友们,虽然不太信,但还是担心,所以,那天我接朋友打来的电话接到“手软”,还有一位在国内的好朋友,因没联系上我,还差点上当,把钱汇出,真可怕。不过,因为这件事,好些n多年没联系的朋友,也因此又联系上了。

 
予微的头像
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哈哈,万事互相效力!那些N年没联系的朋友,都惦记你啊!红叶。

 
阿朵的头像
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如果你的email被hackrd,需要做的事情:

If your email account is broken into, your account can be used to send dangerous or misleading spam emails to all of your friends. Your email archives and address books may be deleted. And your stored emails can reveal sensitive information about you as well as others -- including information that can be used to break into other accounts owned by you and your friends.
 
From interviewing many of the people whose accounts were hacked, the most common theme is passwords that were less than 10 characters long -- often just 8 characters. It is also possible their computers were infected but most had up-to-date virus software. Some have had old operating systems or browsers.
 
Some key tips:
1) Keep your computer(s) malware-free by using good virus protection software and only installing software from safe sources.
2) Keep your operating system and web browsers current with the latest releases that have had security holes patched.
3) Do NOT click on links to suspicious sites. Those sites may be able to attack your computer simply by visiting them.
4) Never have your web browser save your passwords. This stores passwords in insecure locations where malware can get them.
5) Use different strong passwords for every account you have.


What is a strong password?

Strong passwords:
1) are long -- ideally 16 characters or more;
2) use many different characters -- upper and lower case letters, numbers, and even punctuation or other special characters;
3) are unique – use a different password for each account (so if one account is compromised that password cannot be used to break into other accounts);
4) are hard to guess -- not something that is easily discovered about you like your dog's name or your mother's maiden name – which also means you should treat your security questions just like passwords (!);
5) are changed periodically.

If you have more than 2-3 passwords, doing the above and remembering them is challenging.

Many of us have a dozen or more online accounts between email, AYSO, banks, credit cards, Facebook, and more. How can you remember many different strong passwords for each of these accounts?  You could write them down on a piece of paper, but if you do please store it securely and make a copy (backup) in case you lose it. A better solution is to use a password manager to handle your strong passwords so you just need to remember one password -- for the password manager itself. One of the best password managers is LastPass (https://LastPass.com).

LastPass can remember all of your passwords and it also:
1) enters web usernames and passwords automatically so you don't have to type them (saves you significant typing and mistyping);
2) generates strong passwords of any length;
3) backs itself up automatically to a secure location so your passwords are available to you (and only you) on as many computers as you wish (even if your computer is stolen);
4) prevents phishing/spoof attacks by distinguishing valid websites (where it is safe to enter passwords) from invalid ones;
5) is your safe deposit box in the sky for other critical but sensitive bits of information (account numbers, PINs, combinations, etc);
6) is itself very secure (reviewed by many independent security experts and companies); and
7) is free and easy to use!!

For additional password managers and safe computing practices, please read:
http://www.pcworld.com/article/208113/best_password_managers_top_4_reviewed.html
and
http://www.consumerreports.org/cro/2012/01/hack-proof-your-passwords/index.htm

 
深秋红叶的头像
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前几天还正在这里说着去年信箱被盗的事,昨天我的信箱又被盗了,所有的联系人都收到奇怪的link,儿子发现后,打电话告诉我,我赶快进去把密码改了。想着这回一定是我前天把一个大学同学寄来的“有毒的link”打开了,才会中毒的,所以,以后凡是收到奇怪的连接,一定不要打开,如不小心打开了,为了保险起见,还是赶快换密码吧。

 
予微的头像
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红叶好!是的,最近电子信箱被盗的事件,是一波接一波的,层出不穷!数不胜数,防不胜防!

请大家密切注意!

 
天地一弘的头像
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天上不会下钞票,哲理也,真理也。

 
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