TELECOM Digest OnLine - Sorted: Re: E-Mail Paranoia

Re: E-Mail Paranoia

Thomas A. Horsley (
Thu, 17 Mar 2005 02:22:24 GMT

Actually, there is a much simpler way to deal with this: Never click on
any links mailed to you :-).

For something like the Toshiba laptop, if I had gotten that mail I
would have gone to the Toshiba web site and searched for information
about the laptop model involved, and if I found a link starting from
Toshiba's official web site, I'd be much more likely to click on it
(although if the problem description also had serial numbers and
wot-not I could check manually, I'd still be more likely to do that
than to run their program).

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email: icbm: Delray Beach, FL |
<URL:> Free Software and Politics <<==+

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