Wichita State student Amy Coffman spends the day with coffee and her computer. She uses it to keep up with her classes and keep in touch with family by e-mail.
"If I don't know who the e-mail is from, I don't open it, I just delete it," she said.
But some people might think twice before deleting one that appears to be news headlines from CNN. Bill Ramsey, President of the The Bill Guy Technological Solutions company saw right through it. "The CNN one has fake e-mail headers. It looks like it came from CNN. But the giveaway is when you see where the email come from. You have to be a computer person to see it. But you can see it was sent from a home computer," said Ramsey.
While the average user is getting smarter about where they click, spammers are getting craftier too. "They want you to look at attachments, so they want them to look as legitimate as possible."