Monday, October 3, 2011

Have You Heard Of This Hacker?

My day did not turn out well....I wasn't able to catch a good sleep. I woke up with a severe head ache. As a result, I never had the appetite to eat. Just took some servings of assorted fruits, a cup of instant coffee and lots of water. Luckily, I was able to buy some fruits early this morning. Bought some green bananas, a kilo of lanzones, half kilo of rambutan and 2 pcs of big mangoes all for VND45K or Php91. Not bad, huh?

Moving along, I checked my email after taking this light meal and a friend of mine sent me a message regarding a hacker named SIMON ASHTON and his email is SIMON25@HOTMAIL.CO.UK. Apparently, according to this email that I got, if you happen to receive any email from this person, don't ever open his message and delete it because he is a hacker. If this person was added in your mail list, he can figure out your computer IP address then hacks your email and password. They say this information was released by Norton and Microsoft. An email with subject "Mail Server Report" will be sent by this person to anybody. If you open either file, a message will appear on your screen saying: "It's too late now, your life is no longer beautiful."

Subsequently you will LOSE EVERYTHING IN YOUR PC, and the person who sent it to you will gain access to your name, e-mail and password.

This is a new kind of virus which has circulated starting last Saturday, according to the email I got.

Well...on getting this kind of email, I'm not certain as to the validity of this information as this is just actually a forwarded message from several people already. Nonetheless, true or not, it's still better to be extra vigilant as nobody wants to be hacked and lose all your confidential information. The email sender is asking to forward the email to as many persons as possible, so I think sharing this information here will be faster than forwarding mails.

And now...after taking biogesic and a warm bath, I feel a little bit better...
I still have to work tonight. Hope I'll be fine the rest of the night.

Got to go! Ciao! :)


  1. those kind of spam mails are rampant, you just don't know what to believe at anymore. but yoeah, wouldn't hurt to be cautious and vigilant ;)

    hope you're all feeling better now!

  2. That's why I never open emails from unknown sources. But it would also be safe if you take precautions and the more information you have the better! *winks*

  3. thanks for sharing krizz... i'm back now... medyo na busy nagkasakit kasi si bella but she is doing fine now...

  4. Hi Rovie! What? Bella is sick again? Hirap talaga ng may baby noh? Babies are prone to sickness kasi. Glad that she's okay now. Thanks for the visit!


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