OK at this point I'm screwed. The green button CLEARLY desperately wants me to click on it. I totally ignore the tiny "Direct Download Link" below the friendly button. I have no idea what that glyph icon means, but it's pointing down, so that must mean download.
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Malware authors often try to trick you into downloading malicious files. This can be an email with a file attached that tells you it is a receipt for a delivery, a tax refund, or an invoice for a ticket. It might say you have to open the attachment to get the items delivered to you, or to get money.
Compare And Here He Comes Now, Bathroom Stall of Overheard Insults, Last-Second Word Swap, "No Peeking!" Request. Note that it can also be used as a basis for tricking someone to Look Behind You. Contrast Oblivious Mockery, when a character mocks some action in front of someone who did it, but without knowing it; "Reason You Suck" Speech, if a character is willing to complain about someone to their face; and Scared of What's Behind You, where everyone but the character is reacting to what's behind them (and the character thinks it's about themselves). Finally, see Stealth Hi/Bye for a version that doesn't land anybody in trouble.
With a mystic, far-off sound, Secrets and Mysteries is a scary background music download for a project reminiscent of 1970s horror. With a nod to old-school electronics and an airy piano, it has a real dark alley vibe.
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