I’ve avoided posting about this latest virus thingy. That’s because I assume that anyone who reads this blog is savvy enough to realize that if they get an official sounding e-mail from solonor.com telling them to open an attachment and key in a special password that:
1. It’s never a smart idea to open an unsolicited e-mail attachment without checking to see what the hell it is and if the sender really sent it.
2. They aren’t users of the “solonor.com e-mail system.”
3. C’mon. Think about it. Official? Solonor.com??
Always remember: If you get something from Solonor.com that sounds official, don’t bother opening it, because obviously the world has come to an end.