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Don’t Open Unsolicited File Attachments from LinkedIn – Lifehacker Australia

You know you shouldn’t open unsolicited file attachments. The rule holds true whether you get them in an email, as a link on a public social media message, or randomly…

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You know you shouldnt open unsolicited file attachments. The rule holds true whether you get them in an email, as a link on a public social media message, or randomly sent your way in a chat app: Dont open a file you werent expecting to receive, ever. And even if you were expecting it, you should also be cautious when opening files from someone youve never previously talked to.
(Of course, even when a familiar contact sends you a file that could be legitimate, but raises the hair on your neck ever-so-slightly…

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