It is highly critical so be really carefull, delete or ignore this message.
This time the spammers were more strict and make a very good phishing this is the source of the message:
Received: from mail.ardenjewelry.com ([220.127.116.11]) by xxx_xxx for marti@xxx; Wed, 14 May 2008 01:15:26 +0200
Received: from bzwbk.pl [18.104.22.168] by mail.ardenjewelry.com with ESMTP (SMTPD-9.23) id A0DA0240; Tue, 13 May 2008 19:14:34 -0400
Subject: Uaktywnij konto BZ WBK 24
Date: 13 May 2008 18:12:33 -0500
take a look at spam score:
X-Spam-Status: No, hits=1.7 required=2.5tests=SPF: 0.00,BAYES_05: -0.925,FORGED_RCVD_HELO: 0.135,HTML_IMAGE_ONLY_16: 0.497,HTML_MESSAGE: 0.001,HTML_MIME_NO_HTML_TAG: 1.082,MIME_HTML_ONLY: 0.001,NO_REAL_NAME: 0.961,TOTAL_SCORE: 1.752
it get score just like the simple html message.
To be little more secure if you are not a highly technical computer user just folow this tips, they should help you safeguard your personal and account information when using online services:
- Install anti-virus software, a firewall and spyware-detection software on your PC and update this software on a regular basis, as recommended by the software providers. Remember, new viruses continue to be created. Always check to make sure the security software is running before accessing the Internet.
- Keep your PC and browser updated with current patches that are released by your system vendor. Be sure to download patches only from official vendors’ Web sites, and not from third-party Web sites.
- Do not respond to e-mails, Web pages or telephone inquiries requesting you to verify your account information. Bank never ask you to verify your account information, user name or password, via an e-mail using a non-secure Web site. Never provide personal or account information or respond to any attempt to collect this information. If you receive an unsolicited e-mail from your bank, or from any other source, requesting personal information or asking you to verify your accounts or security settings, I kindly suggest that you check with Your bank or the other entities to make sure these requests are legitimate.
- Don’t take the bait from any “phishing” schemes. Forward all suspicious e-mails to your Mail Service Provider or Bank Suppor. For more information on Identity Theft and Phishing, or when your bank may contact you via e-mail, please visit your bank website of contact support.
- Never share your password with anyone even someone you know. At your bank possibly, you can select your own online password and change it as often as you’d like. I suggest that you choose an alphanumeric password that contains a mix of numbers and letters. Do not use numbers or words that can be easily guessed (such as your phone or street number, or your child’s name
Edited by Marcin Rybak on 14 May 2008 at 15:20
my news has been added and my screenshot has been used at: