Sharon July 30, 2013

‘“Spam attacks may last from 12 to 24 hours, it continued, and inundate an inbox with as many as 60,000 messages,” the article purports.’ What? 60,000 messages for just one email? Wow, that is too much! They’ll definitely serve their purpose if an email user has no idea about things like this. He or she may or may not open all the emails, but the curiosity will be there. The danger will still be lurking even if the emails do not contain malicious links.

And like what you said, filtering and going through 60,000 messages will be tiring! There’s even a possibility that legitimate emails will be deleted.

Boy, these crooks are sure wise!

Sherlock July 31, 2013

I am surely expecting an influx of spam mails for a number of reasons. One, it’s summer. People have more time to sit down, check mails, browse, and shop. Two, the holidays are quite near. Everyone will be busy looking around, signing up on shopping sites, etc.

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