The words naked or sex are very enticing words that usually boil the testosterone in us males. Today, I received an email with a promise to show me a naked picture with a little extra. Don’t worry, I never open unsolicited email or download attachments unless it’s on my test computer which I use solely for discovering infections and learning how to remove them.

It looks like Graham Cluley over at Sophos beat me to the punch, but hey it’s a free world.Naked Girl Attachment

There are two versions of this email that come with the attachment of the so-called naked picture.

Version 1:

Hey! It was nice chatting with you the other day and wanted to share something with you. You will have to open the attachment to see the surprise.

Version 2:

I love wild sex and looking for a discreet partner.
I have my picture attached to this email. Take a look at it and get back if you like what you see.

If you are one of the many Neanderthal’s that roam the earth, and you opened the attachment, you now have infected your computer with a Trojan that installs a fake antivirus program.

The Trojan installs a rogue anti-virus program without the user’s knowledge or consent. Once installed, the user will be alerted with false threats on the computer. In order to remove these false threats, the user will have to pay for a full license of the software.

It’s important to never download any attachments especially those with file extensions like .exe and .zip. If you downloaded the naked picture attachment, you can remove this parasite by running both Malwarebytes and SUPERAntiSpyware. Both of these security programs come with free versions.

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