I read below. I followed the instructions to delete this virus--VERY SIMPLE. My computer was infected, even though the person I got it from had not sent meMessage 1 of 2 , Sep 11, 2002View SourceI read below. I followed the instructions to delete this
virus--VERY SIMPLE. My computer was infected, even though the
person I got it from had not sent me an email.
There is a strong possibility YOU HAVE THIS VIRUS, because I
did. Please just follow below and do what it says. Sorry--I
received this innocently as well.
Please read below.
I had this virus so it's possible that I passed it right on to
Sorry about that. The directions in the attachment tell you how
it. It might be wise to continue checking for a few days--since
we have the
capability of sending it around and around.
----- Original Message -----
From: John C. Wills <jcwills@...>
To: John C. Wills <jcwills@...>
Sent: Sunday, September 08, 2002 12:14 PM
Subject: RE: Urgent -- Virus file found ...
For your action ...
I am sorry about any possible inconvenience ... but I seemed to
picked up the referenced Virus file from someone else without
... but I am hopeful that it hasn't been passed on to you by my
... but better safe than sorry.
Ladies and Gentlemen,
I have just found a very significant Virus on my machine and
followed the procedure below to delete. Please ensure I have
this to you by following the procedure below.
I just received a message from a contact who told me that her
book had been infected by a virus which was possibly passed on
everyone in her address book, I did what she instructed me to
found that my computer did have the virus described..
The virus (called jdbgmgr.exe) is not detected by Norton or
anti-virus systems. The virus sits quietly for 14 days before
the system. It is sent automatically by messenger and by the
book, whether or not you sent e-mails to everyone. I followed
instructions and deleted it, but it has probably been passed on
everyone in my address book (which means you).
I am therefore giving you the exact instructions and information
gave me, and I urge you to follow them and get rid of the
it lays dormant for 14 days, so there is plenty of time. The
Here is how to check for the virus and to get rid of it. Very
YOU MUST DO THIS:
1. Go to Start, Find or Search option.
2. In the files/folders option, write the name jdbgmgr.exe
3. Be sure you search your C drive and any other drives you may
4. Click "find now".
5. The virus has a teddy bear icon with the name jdbgmgr.exe
DO NOT OPEN IT!!!!!
6. Go to Edit. Choose "Select All" to highlight the file
7. Now go to File and select Delete. It will then go into the
8. Go to the recycle bin and delete it there as well. Select
permanently delete, etc.
IF YOU FIND THE VIRUS, YOU MUST CONTACT ALL THE PEOPLE IN YOUR
BOOK SO THEY CAN ERADICATE IT IN THEIR OWN ADDRESS BOOKS.
Sorry about this. I am pretty sure everyone in my address book
have it. To send this message to everyone in your address book:
1. Open a new e-mail message.
2. Click the photo of address book next to "TO"
3. Click every name and add it to "BCC"
4. Copy this message, paste to e-mail, enter subject and send.
Just remember it only takes about five minutes to do this if you
the instructions as written
Director of AMS Sales & Marketing
Executive Project Manager
IBM Global Services Australia
Good day all - -- This is a hoax - it was posted on McAfee s site in April of 2002. If you do as the message says it will cause problems on your machine. -- IfMessage 1 of 2 , Sep 11, 2002View SourceGood day all -
-- This is a hoax - it was posted on McAfee's site in April of 2002. If you do as the message says it will cause problems on your machine.
-- If you get these messages - usually marked URGENT or similar - check them out first before you pass them along. You can copy the file
name into Google search engine like this " jdbgmgr.exe " and it will take you to a variety of sites that should reveal it as a hoax very quickly. Or
you can go to your choice of Virus program's site and check. Or search for virus hoaxes on the internet. The reason it is not found by a virus
checker is that it is not a virus. It is a part of your Windows system files necessary for operation of the computer - Java in this case.
-- There are many of these hoaxes around. Spread by those who make access to your system. Lock down the system with a firewall and
proper settings in your Email program.
Barry A. Kintner - a2z@...
A2Z Research & Investigation
Arizona PI License #9508011 - California PI License #21306
Arizona Registered Officer of the Superior Court #3835
Charter Member - Public Records Retrievers Network
A2Z Computer Works - Website Design for Business
-- Following is the message as copied from McAfees site - http://vil.nai.com/vil/content/v_99436.htm - go there to read further, and for
restoration instructions for the file if you deleted it.
AVERT HOAX Notice!!
McAfee AVERT Labs would like to inform you of a new email HOAX.
This email message is just a HOAX. Although, the JDBGMGR.EXE file may become infected by a number of valid viruses (most commonly
W32/Magistr@MM), the details of this HOAX message are not based on actual events.
We are advising users who receive the email to delete the message and DO NOT pass it on as this is how an email HOAX propagates.
JDBGMGR.EXE is the Microsoft Debugger Registrar for Java. In the event that this file has already been deleted, see the Removal Instructions on
how to restore this file.