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Re: New Viruses -- CALIFORNIA & "Win a Holiday"

> New Virus
> It will arrive on E-mail titled CALIFORNIA.
> IBM and AOL have announced that it is very powerful, more so than Melissa,
> and there is no remedy. It will eat all information on the hard drive and
> also destroys Netscape Navigator and Microsoft Internet Explorer.
> Do not open anything with this title and please pass this message to all
> contacts and anyone who uses your E-mail facility.
> Not many people seem to know about this yet so propagate it as fast as
> possible.  If you receive an E-mail titled "Win A. Holiday" DO NOT open
> It will erase everything on your hard drive. Forward this letter out to as
> many people as you can. This is a new, very malicious virus and not many
> people know about it also.  This information was announced Wednesday
> from Microsoft.
> Thank you,
> Neil Ferrick
> Compaq Computer Corporation

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