I'm sure everyone has received an electronic greeting card from someone. There are tons of sites that allow you to send a "card" free, as well as attach a electronic gift card to it to various electronic and brick and mortar retailers. Unfortunately, there is a new virus making the rounds that comes disguised as one of these cards. However, they are easy to spot if you know where to look. The email comes claiming to be from a family member or loved one but doesn't list the name of the sender. They all have a link to click to view the card, which usually takes you to a site that installs malware of some sort, either a virus or a trojan. The best thing to do is delete the file and then remove it from your trash folder as well. Making sure your anti-virus software is up to date and active will also save you a lot of time and money. -Charles
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