You’ve received A Hallmark E-Card!-dangerous link


Ahh, when you care enough to send the very worst. 😉  You may note that all links are valid except for the first one, which is an executable file download.  I didn’t go there and I don’t recommend anyone else to.

A Friend has sent you a Hallmark E-Card.

If you recognize this name, click the link to see your E-Card.
http://www.hallmark.com/ECardWeb/ECV.jsp?a=EG0694272732475M245925860Y&product_id=
leads to actual url ftp.infoasturias.com/FunnyPicture.jpg.exe
If this name is not familiar to you and you’re concerned about online security, please use the following steps:
 

  1. Visit http://www.hallmark.com/getecard
  2. Enter your e-mail address in the Original Recipient.s E-Mail Address box.
  3. Enter EG0694262772475 in the Confirmation Number box.
  4. Click Display Greeting.

 

 

Want to send an E-Card too ? Visit class=”yshortcuts”>www.hallmark.com/ecards
 To view Hallmark’s privacy policy or for questions, visit www.hallmark.com, and click the links at the bottom of the page. 

 

Hallmark Cards, Inc., 2501 McGee, P.O. Box 419034, Kansas City, MO 64141