I received an e-mail that made me a little suspicious, so I sent it to my provider to check it out. Seems that it is a malicious little trojan. Thought I would warn others. The e-mail was from the "Customer Support Center Robot" with the subject line "Trojan Alert". Yahoo's response was:

This is a forgery and not from AT&T Internet Services.

AT&T Internet Security is seeing surge in email spam containing the
threat known as the Storm Trojan.

The email appears to warn the user about a malicious threat and implies
that the file attachment is a security patch that will protect the user
from this threat. However, the attachment itself is a malicious threat.
AT&T companies do not send e-mail attachments. The email may have one
of
the following subject lines:

Worm Detected!
[UNABLE TO SCAN] Worm Detected!
[WARNING - ENCRYPTED ATTACHMENT NOT VIRUS SCANNED] Virus Alert!
[WARNING - ENCRYPTED ATTACHMENT NOT VIRUS SCANNED] Worm Detected!
Worm Detected!
Undeliverable: Virus Det
[ATTENTION - NON TRAIT? PAR ANTIVIRUS -- WARNING - NOT VIRUS SCANNED]%s
Virus Detected!ected!
Virus Activity Detected!
ATTN!
Spyware Alert!
Spyware Detected!
Warning!
Trojan Alert!
Trojan Detected!
Worm Activity Detected!
Virus Alert!

The sender name may be one of the following:
Abuse Team
Customer Support Center
Customer Support Center Robot
Customer Support
Customer Support Robot

Given the changing nature of this threat it is likely that subject
lines
or attachment names may differ from the list provided above. Users are
encouraged to delete this email.

AT&T Internet Services reminds consumers and businesses to be aware of
phishing, and advises you to use caution if you receive any e-mail
requesting personal, passwords and/or credit card account information.

AT&T companies do not send e-mail attachments.

If you receive such a message, delete it immediately. Do not open the
attachment.



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