Lesson #1......treat e-mail like death....links in e-mail...attachments to email....double death.
It's amazing how much info gets stored on a machine over a period of time.
Windows does a remarkable job of hiding the stuff.
Even with "show all files" enabled....the stuff is invisible.
The only way I've found to see the stuff is to bring in an external viewer.
Whoever wrote the bug....knew exactly where to go look.
How can this happen: My girlfriend gets a spam email from reunion.com By clicking on a link she though would close it, it grabs
all her email addresses, sends spam to everyone, and sets up an account with all her personal information ...
I'm just wondering how they can get her personal info, name, maiden name, age, past state she lived in ... she swears all over the place that she did not enter any information at all, yet the profile has that info ... how can that be? that's not all in one place on her PC & the maiden name is nowhere on her PC.... I can see how they grab the email but how all the personal data? I've seen other posts like this in discussion groups .. how do they do that??