Postcard.gif.exe is a trojan virus which pretends to be a virtual postcard from Postcards1001.com. Usually, user gets a fake e-mail with notice that he has received a virtual postcard. In order to preview that postcard, user has to download it. But the worst thing happens when Postcard.gif.exe is executed, because it allows unauthorized access to the system. As a result, system security is compromised. It is highly recommended to remove Postcard.gif.exe immediately after detection.
Postcard.gif.exe email reads:
Subject: You have received a virtual postcard!
You have received A Hallmark E-Card.
You have just received a virtual greeting from a family member!
You can pick up your postcard at the following web address: clicking the link below:
If you can’t click on the web address above, you can also visit E-Greetings at http://www.postcards1001.com/ and enter your pickup code, which is: a91-valets-cloud-187
(Your postcard will be available for 60 days.)
Postcard.gif.exe manual removal: