I opened two emails. Supposedly one was from Zendesk (the other I did not realize was from another source. Attention was elsewhere). Anyhow, I clicked on the unsubscribe button. Normally, this a good policy for legitimate sources. Men don't always multitask very well :/
In this case, I clicked on the one from the supposedly non-legitimate source. I was wondering, since I have noscript on at all times, could I possibly get infected? All I got was a spinning circle (in the tab) with the new tab internal address.
Note: I obviously have the scripts enabled for my email provider. But not for random websites.
According to the Zendesk email, they claim that the person/group had some malware. Something about a file or something. Now, I have zero clue whether that email itself is legitimate at this point. Have I dealt with Zendesk in the past? Yes. With which email account? I cannot remember.
In any event, the email does not come with an attachment as Zendesk claimed it would. Anyhow, this is what they wrote:
Your computer(s) may be infected with a virus if you recently:
Opened a file from "Joyce Lim" named "info.xls", "information.xls", "infos.xls", "mail.xls", "market.xls", or "marketing.xls" related to a job opening entitled "Need mail and other lead generation consultation." Enabled macros from the file, or already had your macros enabled
I am currently running MBAM, and will run superantispyware afterwards, and then Avast. Finally, I will run norton power eraser.