I just got another one of those "FedEx Notices" about 30 minutes ago. I just got it again a few minutes ago. These say that a "parcel" was sent to "my home address," and will "arrive" in so many days. These are sent out BCC to many people, and of course the scammer has no idea what your home address is. There is no parcel, of course. There is also a "document" attached that's in a zip archive, and Norton doesn't pick it up. Norton's worthless anyway, there's plenty of free anti-virus protection available that does better. Personally, I recommend Comodo, which is currently analyzing it in their labs, because this "document" was interesting. I downloaded it, unzipped it to a flash drive, and none of my 3 anti-virus software programs would detect it as malware. Must be a brand new virus.
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