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Re: VIRUS ALERT - Re: Important

  • Subject: Re: VIRUS ALERT - Re: [iris-photos] Important
  • From: cathycampi@aol.com
  • Date: Sat, 16 Mar 2002 23:01:51 EST
  • Content-length: 3282

In a message dated 3/15/02 4:52:39 PM Pacific Standard Time, BigAlligator@aol.com writes:

<< Kansas Net caught that one for me yesterday and it does have a virus.  >>

Wendy, John,
     What made me suspicious is that it was a .exe file.  I would recommend
that nobody open anything other than .jpg files.

Mark A. Cook

AOL users please note that messages with multiple attachments will have .zip files. It is safe to open these. You should read the list of files BEFORE you extract them.

Files with anything after .jpg or .txt should be skipped. HappyStPattys.jpg.vbs would be a virus.

If the attachments open automatically as you read messages (pictures in our case) you need a lot of four leaf clovers


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