"Please log into Google Docs, and then you'll be able to read my message."
"I've provided a handy link..."
SophosLabs has intercepted many emails today, attempting to infect Windows computers via an email purporting to be an invoice from a car rental company.
Find out more about what to watch out for.
If the person who is telling you to install a security update can't be trusted, or isn't who they claim to be, there's a chance you could be heading into even bigger danger.
Karen Gillan, the Scottish actress who plays the character of Amy Pond in BBC's "Doctor Who" TV series, has had her Twitter account compromised.
You would like to think that computer users are getting smarter about securing their systems, and not falling for the age-old tricks used by cybercriminals.
However, we still see our fair share of elementary unsophisticated attacks designed to steal credentials from the unwary.
A Trojan horse has been spammed out across the net, posing as zipped-up bikini images inside a screensaver.
Seriously, think for one minute before opening emails like this or face the consequences..
The world-famous restaurant chain McDonald's was deemed to have been spamming when it implemented a 'send to friends' feature on one of its websites.
Does your organisation have any email auto-generation tools? If so, make sure you comply with the law...
Malware has been spammed out widely, claiming to come from the Better Business Bureau.
Be on your guard.
Bogus hotel reservation emails have been spammed out widely, which claim to come from Booking.com but in reality carry malware designed to infect Windows computers.
The UK information commissioner has for the first time used its shut-the-hell-up powers to quash the annoyance that is spam text messaging, having fined two men nearly half a million pounds. More such investigations are in the works, the ICO promised.
Budget Australian airline Jetstar is suffering a double dose of cyberpain today.
First up was a hoaxer who managed to create a Facebook persona called "Jetstar Australia". Next came a malware spam campaign masquerading as a Jetstar flight itinerary...
Spammers seem not to realise that Rachel, Monica, Phoebe, Chandler, Joey and Ross stopped being Friends years ago.
A new round of spams proclaims you have been charged for a large purchase from Apple.
All links lead to webpages infected with the Blackhole exploit kit. Be cautious with your online shopping this holiday season.
If you receive an email, apparently from Facebook, telling you that you now have a new kind of profile - you shouldn't automatically believe it.