Spam mail which contain forged sender address(es) appearing to be the recipients' own.
Such emails contain forged sender address(es), appearing to be sent by the recipient herself/himself, and also contain forged carbon-copy address(es), thus appearing to have copied to other users. It is noted that fake emails of similar kind have been reported in other parts of the world. More information about the spam was published by anti-virus company, at -
The spam mails are of similar contents with various subjects following patterns below, a sample is attached.
- From International Real Estate Consulting
- from International Consulting Company
- Message #[a six-digit number]
- Your offer: n.[a six-digit number]
- resume #[a six-digit number]
- subscribe: n.[a four-digit number]
The email subject will be prefixed with "[Possible SPAM]" when users receive the emails after anti-spamming system can identify such kind of emails as possible SPAM emails.
As a general practice, Internet Mail users are advised NOT to respond to any spam mails and disclose any organizational or personal information by replying to or clicking any links contained in the spam mail.