Can't stay away from you—iloveyou.exe

Lately I have received many emails like this one. Beside the "there is absolutly no content in that email...", the email has a link to a blog. I thought that was weird. So I tried to see what that was about. The fact is that the link goes to a .exe file. This one was specifically to a file named iloveyou.exe and obviously nothing else in the page. So if I wanted to know what this is really about, I'd need a Windows box to trash (really... no time for that!) and run the software to see whether it connects to the net and/or puts viruses of some sort and/or simply lets me order some cool stuff on line like bluish pills or see all sorts of exciting lovely girls, or maybe link me to a dating site that does not care too much whether their agents spam people to get more recruites.

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