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Just thought I'd pass this along for all concerned.  It came from the list
manager at mallorn.
All Mallorn mailing lists were safe from this virus (so if the list
address has @mallorn.com in it) as of 10:00am yesterday, but watch out!
At 5:00 CST yesterday I saw copies that had mutated, no longer using the
"ILOVEYOU" subject line.  Newer versions contain the subject "Fwd: Joke"
or just "Joke", with a filename of "Very Funny.vbs".

If you get caught by one of the newer versions, it's very possible that
fixes provided by anti-virus vendors will not work.  Their software
looks for key words or phrases within the infected binaries, but since
these key words or phrases have changed several have been shown to

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