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He's working on it!

  • Subject: He's working on it!
  • From: CBCTPLANT@aol.com
  • Date: Wed, 21 Nov 2001 22:18:42 EST

Hi Guys,

I have been in touch with poor Ran and he is beside himself over this computer virus.  He has tried many suggestions and plans to get a Norton program to install after the holiday weekend.

He is NOT sending out any messages and NOT sending out any attachments.   If you see anything in your mailbox from ranbl@netsync.net DELETE them.  His machine is sending them out to anyone or any listserve it finds on his machine.

He is extremely frustrated that the McAfee software that he had installed on his machine did not protect him or stop the virus from spreading.

Again, these messages that are showing up are being sent by his machine. The latest batch went out while he was trying to download Grisoft anti virus software!

Sorry to all on Ran's behalf,
Carol in CT....a fellow recent victim of the Magistr virus

Carol in CT z6/5

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