Reportedly a new computer virus is now going around  the virus is sent as an attachment to an e-mail referencing UPS/FedEx deliveries. Users receive an e-mail that is titled “UPS/Fed Ex Delivery Failure”, which appears to be from UPS/Fed Ex, along with a packet number – it states that the company was unable to deliver a package sent to you on a particular date. The e-mail then instructs recipients to print out the invoice copy attached to the e-mail –it’s thought that hitting PRINT is the triggering event which will send the virus into your computer – authorities urge users to refrain from opening any file attachments, which they may be unsure of. Should you receive one of these e-mails, do not open the attachment -instead contact UPS or Fed Ex to see if you actually have a package waiting.