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Virus from just opening spam mail? - Virus, Trojan, Spyware, and Malware Removal Help - BleepingComputer


I recieved a clear fake mail from paypal. Not sure what the intent of the mail was. I accidentally pressed on it (opened it) when trying to report it.

I was using the outlook webmail (outlook.com) on a PC.

The mail contained of a short sentence urging me to open the attachment in the mail, which was all the text in the mail. The attachment was a .docx I could see when hovering the mouse over it.

I never pressed anything in the mail and went back to the inbox and reported the mail.

But can I have gotten a virus just from opening that mail in the outlook webmail (outlook.com) on a PC?


I have run some antivirus scans; rkill, malwarebytes, hitman pro, adwcleaner, housecall, avast, windows scan.

Hitman pro said it didn't find any threats but it found over 500 suspicious files?

rkill found two files called "inetcache"

Adwcleaner found two files, "preinstalled.asusproductregistration".

No antivirus scans found anything they called a threat, but several suspicious files.

Avast, malwarebytes, housecall and windows scan: didn't find any threats or suspicious files at all.


Is it possible to get a virus from just opening a fake paypal mail with a .docx that I DID NOT click? In a webmail (outlook.com) on chrome?

Thanks in advance!



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