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New virus alert- just spent part of last week removing a different one


There has been a virus alert posted by McAfee.Com. It is as follows:

      ******* VIRUS ALERT - W32/Navidad@M ********
 

Dear McAfee.com Dispatch Subscriber: 

W32/Navidad@M is an Internet worm that spreads using the 
Windows email program Outlook. McAfee AVERT has given it a 
risk assessment of MEDIUM-ON WATCH, due to a significant 
increase in infection levels worldwide. 

The email can come from addresses that you will recognize. 
Attached is a file named NAVIDAD.EXE and when it is run, it 
displays a dialog box entitled, "Error" which reads "UI". A 
blue eye icon then appears in the system tray next to the 
clock in the lower right corner of the screen, and a copy of 
the worm is saved to the file "winsvrc.vxd" in the WINDOWS 
SYSTEM directory. 

If your PC becomes infected with the W32/Navidad@M worm, all 
subsequent emails addressed to you will be responded to 
automatically with an email from your address with the 
W32/Navidad@M worm as an attachment. 

<A HREF="http://clinic.mcafee.com/clinic/ibuy/campaign.asp?cid=1956">
Click 
here </A> for detection and removal instructions. 
-- 
Bye
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