I recently received an threatening email with a pdf attached. The email had valid, but old, banking information and my address and telephone number. The phisher claimed to have my browsing history and contacts. I have changed my email password and bank account, and am in the process of shutting down that email address. I immediately did an F-Secure virus scan and a Malwarebytes scan, both found no viruses. I am using F-Secure TOTAL. I can find no evidence that any emails have been sent using the email account to anyone on my contacts list. I use a PC based email service not webmail. I didn't open the pdf or click on any links. I am hoping that the phisher was just lying about having my contacts and browsing history. Without installing a virus, or malware, is it possible for someone to get my contacts or browsing history off of my PC? There's nothing in my browsing history that's embarrasing, but I don't want them to know who I do business with or be able to phish my contacts. I am hoping that the phisher was just testing to see if they could get me to verify that the email address was active, and the information accurate. I sent the emails to your lab for investigation. If there's no evidence of virus infection, emails being sent from my account, and I didn't click on anything, do I have anything to worry about? Thanks for your help.