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Spot Dangerous Emails !

Danger, Danger, BAD Emails ahead!  How to Spot a Dangerous Email!?  Here’s a GREAT article courtesy  The link is below, click on it to get the entire information, but here’s a bit from it:

“Many email servers will perform virus scanning and remove potentially dangerous attachments, but you can’t rely on this. Look for the common warning signs so you can avoid viruses, worms and Trojans.

The easiest way to identify whether a file is dangerous is by its file extension, which tells you the type of file it is. For example, a file with the .exe file extension is a Windows program and should not be opened. Many email services will block such attachments.

However, .exe isn’t the only type of dangerous file extension. Other potentially dangerous file extensions that can run code include: .msi, .bat, .com, .cmd, .hta, .scr, .pif, .reg, .js, .vbs, .wsf, .cpl, .jar and more. This is not an exhaustive list — there are many different file extensions in Windows that will run code on your computer when executed”.  Read ALL of what YOU NEED TO KNOW here:

With the Super Bowl behind us, it is time for SOME BASEBALL!   And here is the ENTIRE HISTORY OF BASEBALL as told by those two Cannibal dudes on FunnyorDie (If you have seen it, worth watching again!)

THE Big App just released on iTunes!  (And way better for you than Flappy Birds!)  It’s the Get Fit in 7 Minutes App and according to it’s makers (like, they’d lie??) It’s scientifically proven to help you get fit!  Here’s the link with the info:

7 minute home workout has become immensely popular. In the present times, when people hardly find time to visit a gym or a yoga class, quick workouts are the best way out.

Quick Fit for iPhone has taken the 7 Minute Workout concept a level ahead with new workouts, the focus still being on high intensity interval training.

Quick Fit for iPhone

The app for iphone incorporates most of the common 7 Minute Workout exercise videos such as push ups, crunches, chair step-ups, squats, tricep dips and lunges. The app allows you to monitor your performance over time.

Quick Fit for iPhone also includes a 7 minute intense workout known as Quick Abs. The short workout would strengthen your core, gradually helping you develop washboard abs. The Quick Abs feature costs an additional $1.99, $0.99 being the app cost.

The app developers are planning to launch Quick Yoga and a 4 minute tabata workout soon.