Well, it all depends. As usual.
If you have an email from someone that's in HTML or plain text format, the fact that an attachment is present is indicated by a paperclip button in the far right of the header part of the preview pane.
However, if the message has arrived in rich text or Word format, the attachments will be right there in the message, as icons.
As for signing scripts and controls, this is a complete waste of time, as was demonstrated a year or two ago by the developer who obtained a legitimate certificate for an ActiveX control that was malicious.
All Microsoft said was "He shouldn't have done that!".
I'm going to wager that the story keeps getting dumped because it is a steaming pile of badly formatted fool-meme. CheeseBurgerBrown
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