Double File Extensions
By default Windows ships set so common file extensions do not show up in Windows Explorer. So, the executable file PROGRAM.EXE would show up as just PROGRAM in Explorer. So, if a virus wanted to try to trick you it might name it's file with a double ext VIRUS.TXT.EXE. In the Windows default, this file would show up as VIRUS.TXT and you might be confused and think it's a harmless text file instead of an executable program. You should change the Windows defaultWeb Link so that common file extensions show up rather than remain hidden.