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How to Avoid Getting a Virus Through E-Mail

Our computer has recently been infected with a virus. (Yes, it's all my fault... I clicked on a link in an e-mail, something my husband, who works in IT, tells me to never, ever do). please do not click on any links in any weird e-mail you get... If you do, your computer may become infected with the same virus. I learned a valuable lesson: "Always do what your husband tells you, especially when he knows more about those things."

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