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Re: Warning

Dash wrote:
> Bob, it was sent to me last week on an e-mail. I deleted it then, not
> knowing what was going on. Now it's showing up here. I wonder if that's what
> caused my problem with your link. John
Hi Dash
	It could be but I doubt it. You might have corrupted .dll files from
something else which doesn't have anything to do with this. DLLs are
libraries of functions that a computer needs to run properly. I don't
think this virus does anything except spread but I don't know for sure. 
	I downloaded a trialware virus program from here.
	The files from the virus that are corrputed can be seen here.
	Just a quess I think a person could back those files up on a floppy
just in case and then delete them and get new copies from someone who
isn't infected.
	I sent this all to Joanne and she might be resending it or you might
get duplicates of this.
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