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I received an e-mail at my verizon.net address that looks like a scam. It contains an attachment that I don't trust. Is there somewhere I can report this to Verizon so they can take more action to investigate this e-mail for malware.
I didn't download this e-mail or its attachment to my computer. It's residing in the computer of the folks who provide my in box.
Either Verizon or Yahoo should be able to take a look at it easily if they want to. I'm not seeking help for myself. I want to report this as a public service.
There's always the chance that I'm falsely accusing someone who sent an innocuous e-mail.
Forward it to email@example.com if you want it investigated.
Forward it to firstname.lastname@example.org if you think it should have been blocked as spam.
Either way, you probably will not get a response.
If you want to test for malware locally, run a malware/virus/spyware scan on it with whatever security software you have available.