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The bad guys choose companies, Government departments and organisations with subjects that are designed to entice you or alarm you into blindly opening the attachment or clicking the link in the email to see what is happening.
Especially if it's one not connected to the house's main aerial and has been relying on a plug-in analogue aerial booster.
A troupe of Charlie Chaplins took to London streets to shoot a short film to launch Virgin Media Shorts 2011, the UK’s biggest short film competition and the only one which champions undiscovered UK film talent across four screens - at cinemas, on TV, on mobile and online.
Our friends and family love to send us pictures of them doing silly things, or even cute pictures of the children or pets. While the malicious program is inside the zip file, it cannot harm you or automatically run.
Never just blindly click on the file in your email program. When it is just sitting unzipped in your downloads folder it won’t infect you, provided you don’t click it to run it.