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FW: Virus alert/update

Sorry guys!! 
---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: Evans Pam <pevans@madixinc.com>
Date:  Wed, 18 Jun 2003 14:28:23 -0500

This is a hoax, and you deleted a file that windows needs.  Fortunately, it
isn't a file that you will miss.  Always check with us first.

-----Original Message-----
From: Evans Pam 
Sent: Wednesday, June 18, 2003 1:29 PM
To: Simpson Debbie
Subject: FW: Virus alert

Hi Debbie - I just got this from my friend Elaine.  I did find the file and
delete it.  Is there anyway I can check my address book?   I don't have
anything set up for me personally, but there's the work Outlook address book
and I don't know if that's what this means or not??
Hi Everyone, this is for real. I was just informed that my address book has 
been infected .

>with a virus. As a result, so has yours because your address is in

>my book. The virus is called jdbgmgr.exe It cannot be detected by

>Norton or McAfee anti-virus programs. It sits quietly for about 14

>days before damaging the system. It is sent automatically by

>messenger and address book, whether or not you send email. The good

>news is that it is easy to get rid of! Just follow these simple

>steps and you should have no problem

>1. Go to Start, then Find or Search


>2. In files/folders, write the name jdbgmgr.exe


>3.Be sure to search in your "C" drive for jdbgmgr.exe


>4. click Find or Search


>5. The virus has a teddy bear logo with the name jdbgmgr.exe. DO NOT



>6. RIGHT click and delete it


>7. Go to the recycle bin and delete it there also.



>(You may want to just cut and paste this email, replacing your name

>for mine and send it out)


>Sorry for all the trouble, but this is something Ihad no control

>over. I received it by someone else'saddress book, just as you may

>have received it from me and also you may have uncontrollably sent

>it to those in you address book. Sorry about this everyone, It was

>very easy to find and delete.

Pam Evans
Kemp TX/zone 8A


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