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Re: Robins: Please Watch For Virus Attachments

  • Subject: Re: Robins: Please Watch For Virus Attachments
  • From: "Sam" <samk52@earthlink.net>
  • Date: Fri, 4 May 2001 23:16:43 -0700

Thanks for the warning Bob, going to up-date my anti virus program now.
IGLH
Sam I Am



> Hi everyonme
> Here is a post from the daylily robin about a virus.
> 
> Subject: 
>         Robins: Please Watch For Virus Attachments
>   Date: 
>         Fri, 4 May 2001 15:46:23 EDT
>   From: 
>         TedWhite1@aol.com
>     To: 
>         undisclosed-recipients:;
> 
> 
> Robin Friends, 
> 
> The W32.BadTrans.13312@mm virus has now infected at least six personal 
> computers here in the robin. It has been received by several other
> members 
> whose antivirus software programs sounded the alert and disabled the
> virus. 
> To avoid its entry into your computer, please question every attachment
> to 
> every message you receive. If you open an attachment containing the
> virus, 
> your computer will likely be infected. It's that simple. If an
> attachment 
> looks suspicious, delete it at once. 
> 
> Symantec Antivirus Research Center says this about the virus, "It is a
> MAPI 
> worm that replies to all unread mails in your email message folders, and 
> drops a backdoor Trojan." 
> 
> The worm will attach itself to the email, using one of the following
> file 
> names: 
> 
> Pics.ZIP.scr 
> images.pif 
> README.TXT.pif 
> New_Napster_Site.DOC.scr 
> news_doc.scr 
> hamster.ZIP.scr 
> YOU_are_FAT!.TXT.pif 
> searchURL.scr 
> SETUP.pif 
> Card.pif 
> Me_nude.AVI.pif 
> Sorry_about_yesterday.DOC.pif 
> s3msong.MP3.pif 
> docs.scr 
> Humor.TXT.pif 
> fun.pif 
> 
> For much more complete information, you may use this URL: 
> 
> http://symantec.com/avcenter/venc/data/w32.badtrans.13312@mm.html 
> 
> Ted White 
> Daylily List Co-owner 
> -- 
> Bye
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