The cyber-crooks are at it again, sending emails that look legitimate from the likes of LinkedIn, YouTube, Google and Amazon, according to security blogger Graham Cluely. But the images in the emails are forged, and if you click on the link, you could end up at an out-of-country pharmacy-like spam site, or worse — sites with malicious malware that could infect your computer.
Exercise caution by hovering over the link with your mouse to see where it is really going to send you. Don’t forget to keep your anti-virus and anti-spam programs current.
Read Cluely’s post for more information.