A 7 On Your Side warning for you now - a virus may be in your e-mail inbox now, disguised as an e-card from a friend, just in time for Father's Day.
KLTV 7 News' Courtney Lane investigates the e-mail that may look legit, but with one click, your computer could be flooded with viruses.
E-cards are becoming more popular and are fun to receive, but open them with caution.
Using a credible company name, one attacker is sending a dangerous virus straight to your inbox.
"They usually infect the PC and either manipulate or damage it."
It's disguised as a Hallmark E-card from a friend and it looks okay, but by hovering your mouse over the link, you'll see it's really a different address.
Hallmark is warning customers that it will launch a type of Trojan virus. The attackers can then gain access to your computer.
"Possibly get into a bank account, or charge card account, or department store account and manipulate that for their own personal gain."
David Pickens, with Computerland Network Technologies, says keeping a virus scanning program updated will help, because there are new threats every day.
"Now they have things they call a blended threat, where you're looking at spyware, and I've seen reports of spyware. One in six is attempting to steal confidential information."
As for this latest E-card fraud, Hallmark says legitimate e-mails will say the name of the sender and not just a generic "friend."
Also, real ones will send you an e-mail notification from that sender's address and NOT Hallmark.com.