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By Alison Doyle Updated December 07, 2018 LinkedIn is one of the most popular professional online networks , and its users are sometimes targeted by online scammers. These scammers may send LinkedIn users emails that appear to be from LinkedIn but are not, either infecting your computer with malicious software or stealing your personal information. The email will look very similar to an authentic LinkedIn email, and might even contain the LinkedIn logo. It may ask you to click on a link to "visit your inbox now," or ask you to "accept" or "ignore" the invitation. If you click any of these links, the link will bring you to a compromised website that will download malicious software onto your computer.