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  • Subject: [iris-photos] VIRUS FOUND
  • From: "Patrick Orr" <PatrickJOrr@hotmail.com>
  • Date: Sat, 10 Nov 2001 02:49:12 -0700

A friend wrote me about this virus.  I did find it on my computer and destroyed it.  Directions below on how to do it.  It is easy, but once you locate it, DO NOT OPEN IT.
----- Original Message -----
From: BC
Sent: Friday, November 09, 2001 9:45 PM
To: Patrick Orr
Subject: VIRUS

Dear Friend,


I just received this virus warning and checked to find that IT IS IN MY
COMPUTER.  As best as I can tell I received it around 10/23/2001.  The
likelyhood is high that now it is in your computer also looming in the
background waiting to become effective and do damage.

Please read about in the following e-mail, then follow the simple
instructions to destroy it.
If your computer was infected, you may have infected others with your
e-mails. Please send this to everyone and anyone you may have sent
e-mail to since 10/23/2001.


>From: CS
>To: HB
>Subject: Virus warning
>Date: Wed, 7 Nov 2001 00:54:06 -0500
>I received virus "SULFNBK.EXE"  in a recent e-mail.  The attached file has
>a relatively easy cure.  Please check if it has been passed on to you.  Bad
>news: I was infected, so you might be also.  Good news:  this is quick and
>e asy to fix.  Follow instructions, be sure you are looking in the "C" file,
>not the CStartup.
>This virus is received via e-mail also transferred by e-mail. Our
>Anti-virus through Nortons and McAfee did not stop it.  This virus is
>programmed to activate at a later date when it does you will lose all your
>information and data on your hard drive.  The virus infiltrates through
>WINDOW/COMMAND.  If your computer was infected, you may have infected
>others with your e-mails.  Please send this to everyone and anyone you may
>have sent e-mail to in the last month.  If you follow these steps you can
>eliminate the virus: Good Luck and Sorry for infecting your computer.
>1.     In WINDOWS 95/98 click "START"
>2.     Then "FIND", "DATA/FILE"
>3.     Type in the name of the virus: "SULFNBK.EXE" and search in "C".
>4.     If infected, it will show up in the result field.
>5.     DO NOT OPEN IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
>6.     Click on "EDIT" then mark "SELECT ALL" and "DELETE"
>7.     Empty the paper basket (Recycle Bin)

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