If you look at the image on this post, you will notice the following:
1. The subject line and the body of the message contain words, mostly English words, which have been split like:
lifes tyle for lifestyle
refri geran t for refrigerant
chast en for chasten
and other cut up words.
2. It has an attachment with a .zip extension.
No, I didn’t open the attachment. In fact, after taking this screen shot, I thrashed it. I think I had some idea what it was.
And I have received a number of similar messages in my mailbox all of which I dumped into my mailbox trashcan.
I wonder how this message got away from Gmail’s spam and virus filter? I just hope that Gmail’s filter will be fine-tuned soon to mark and filter out this kind of emails.
If you receive this kind of email, you know what to do, don’t you? Do not open the attachment. Delete the email permanently!