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In this example, the cyber crooks are targeting VodafoneDeutschland customers by spamming a fake billing statement. The message claimsto be from Vodafone-OnlineRechnung vodafone. The spam may look harmless at first, especially given the links in the messagepoint to the real Vodafone. But the attached PDF file is indeeddangerous.
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Accha, tui slightly late on the wagon. Ami assume korechhilam tui onekdin dhorei e-bills etc. Aircel ebill niley free itemised bill ar 1 ghonta free talk time deye. I still receive them the old way. Been planning to go green for quite sometime, blame it on laziness.
Had no idea about the password protected thing.
This is downright insane! The Fool on the Hill: Actually, I have been using e-bills for almost four years now.
I enabled it on my Calcutta connection after I came back from Madras. And my problem is not the strength of the password, but the necessity of it.
A phone bill being sent on my email does not need to be password protected, since no one but me can view it. But I do think that paper bills are a waste of a lot of resources paper, ink, the effort required in delivering it to your doorstep, etc. I shifted from post paid to prepaid for the same reason.
Very difficult to open bills and pay them.