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Re: New Virus

  • Subject: Re: New Virus
  • From: "Carolyn Q. Bryson" <quinnell@iquest.net>
  • Date: Mon, 14 May 2001 10:39:41 -0500

Betsy et al - 
	You can check out virus definitions at <symantec.com>...Symantec sells the
Norton Utilities including an effective antivirus program.

Carolyn QB
-------------
At 09:24 AM 05/14/2001 -0500, you wrote:
>Received a virus recently from my BROTHER.  Since Snow White, I check
>the origin of all messages, but did not suspect a message from my
>brother.  He knows how it reached him, but his virus checker did not
>detect it.  The subjects are "set by certain...", "can combine any...",
>and "either expressed or implied..." (the subject I got).  When you try
>to open the attachment, it apparently sends it on randomly to some or
>all names in your address book.  I may not have gone far enough to
>activate it.   He has detected no damage to his hard drive. 
>Fortunately, I have few names in my address book.  Hope no one
>got it from me.  Have contacted several, and so far no one has had it.
>
>Does anyone know anything more about this virus?
>
>Betsy
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