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  • Jeroen Karstens
    Ik heb dit virus dus inderdaad bij mij gevonden. Probeer datgene te doen wat hieronder staat bij het oorspronkelijke bericht. This is a vriuswarning. I really
    Message 1 of 9 , Mar 5, 2003
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      Ik heb dit virus dus inderdaad bij mij gevonden. Probeer datgene te doen
      wat hieronder staat bij het oorspronkelijke bericht.

      This is a vriuswarning. I really found this virus in my computer so
      please follow the instructions.

      The virus is called jdbgmgr.exe. It can sit and do nothing for 15 days!
      Open the file searc utility of windows en search for the file at all
      your harddisks and maybe even network. Remove the file without opening
      it!!!! Make also sure that your recycle bin has been emptied afterwards.
      If you've found the virus, please warn evreybody in your mailprogram,
      except me. Otherwis I'll get lots of messages I already know.

      Luck,

      Jeroen

      -----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
      Van: W.Schuurs [mailto:w.schuurs@...]
      Verzonden: dinsdag 4 maart 2003 16:57
      Aan: "Undisclosed-Recipient:;"@...
      Onderwerp: Fw: Virus




      hoi,

      Ik kreeg vandaag het onderstaande bericht, van iemand die in mijn
      adresboek staat. Ook ik had dit virus reeds gekregen ondanks het
      permanente gebruik van een virusscanner, maar kon het verwijderen
      volgens onderstaande. Het Teddybeer virus (jdbgmgr.exe) is op mijn
      computer gekomen. Ik heb het gedelete en adviseer jullie dit ook te doen
      aan de hand van de hieronder beschreven methode. Omdat jullie in mijn
      adresboek voorkomen ben je geïnfecteerd. Dit virus is toch ondanks alle
      maatregelen buiten mijn medeweten op de computer gekomen en naar jullie
      doorgestuurd. Stuur dit bericht naar de personen in jullie adresboek.
      Ook zij zijn geïnfecteerd. Wees er zeker van dat je dit bericht per BCC
      verstuurt naar iedereen in jouw adresboek, zodat niemand uit jouw
      adresboek het emailadres van iemand anders kan vaststellen.

      Ik heb de volgende handelingen uitgevoerd en heb het virus eenvoudig
      kunnen verwijderen. Het virus (genaamd jdbgmgr.exe) wordt niet gevonden
      door Norton Antivirus of McAfee antivirus scanners. Het virus zit rustig
      14 dagen te wachten voordat het schade gaat aanrichten. Het wordt
      automatisch verstuurd door Messenger en door het Adresboek of je nu wel
      of niet emails verstuurd naar je adressen. Hier komt hoe je kunt checken
      of het virus aanwezig is en hoe je er vanaf kan komen. Ga naar Start, na
      dan naar Zoeken/Find Kies voor file/folders en geef de naam van het
      virus in = jdbgmgr.exe Zorg ervoor dat je zeker de C schijf en alle
      andere harddisks controleert en alle sub-folders (directories/mappen)
      Klik nu op Zoeken/Find Het Virus heeft een icoon van een Teddybee! r met
      de naam jdbgmgr.exe. Open het niet!!!!!! Ga nu, indien gevonden, naar
      Bewerken (boven in de menubalk) en klik Alles selecteren aan. Niet
      openen!!!!! Ga nu naar Bestand/File boven in de menubalk en kies voor
      Verwijderen/Delete. De file(s) wordt nu naar de Prullenbak/Recycle Bin
      gegooid. Ga nu naar de Prullenbak/Recycle Bin en Verwijder/Delete het
      virus jdbgmgr daar ook. Men kan ook de Prullenbak leegmaken aanklikken.
      Als het Virus gevonden is bent je genoodzaakt alle personen van je
      adresboek hiervan op de hoogte te brengen zodat zij dit virus ook kunnen
      ! verwijderen. Doe nu het volgende:

      a) Open een nieuw emailbericht

      b) Klik op het icoon van het adresboek links naast "Aan"/"TO"

      c) Kies alle namen en voeg deze toe bij "BCC"

      d) Kopieer dit bericht

      e) Voer bij onderwerp VIRUS in.

      f) Plak dit bericht in het emailbericht .... en verstuur het.

      Sorry voor de overlast, ik heb 't ook maar gekregen. Groeten Wim



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    • H. Mazarakis
      This is a virus hoax. Do not delete your file, Windows needs it! http://www.urbanlegends.com/ulz/jdbmgr.html
      Message 2 of 9 , Mar 5, 2003
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        This is a virus hoax. Do not delete your file, Windows needs it!

        http://www.urbanlegends.com/ulz/jdbmgr.html
        http://www.tu-berlin.de/www/software/hoax/jdbgmgr.shtml
        http://www.sophos.com/virusinfo/hoaxes/jdbgmgr.html

        Helen M.

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        The universe is not only queerer than we suppose, but queerer than we can suppose.

        John Haldane
        --Possible Worlds


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      • Barbara Davies
        ... Sorry to be the bearer of bad news for those who ve already deleted the file, but it s just a hoax to get you to delete a genuine file. -- Barbara Davies
        Message 3 of 9 , Mar 5, 2003
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          >The virus is called jdbgmgr.exe.

          Sorry to be the bearer of bad news for those who've already deleted the
          file, but it's just a hoax to get you to delete a genuine file.
          --
          Barbara Davies
        • Matthew Graybosch
          On Wed, 5 Mar 2003 20:57:48 +0100 ... I hope you had to replace your computer, you lying sack of shit, because you took your own advice and were unable to
          Message 4 of 9 , Mar 5, 2003
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            On Wed, 5 Mar 2003 20:57:48 +0100
            "Jeroen Karstens" <jeroenkarstens@...> wrote:

            > Ik heb dit virus dus inderdaad bij mij gevonden. Probeer datgene te
            > doen wat hieronder staat bij het oorspronkelijke bericht.
            >
            > This is a vriuswarning. I really found this virus in my computer so
            > please follow the instructions.

            I hope you had to replace your computer, you lying sack of shit, because
            you took your own advice and were unable to reinstall your OS after you
            trashed it.

            --
            Matthew Graybosch
            http://www.starbreaker.net
            "Good men know their limits. Great men overcome them."
          • Barbara Davies
            ... Um. Perhaps Jeroen genuinely thought that file contained a virus. A lot of people have been (and keep being) taken in by this particular hoax. -- Barbara
            Message 5 of 9 , Mar 5, 2003
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              On Wed, 5 Mar 2003 at 17:25:25 Matthew Graybosch wrote:
              >On Wed, 5 Mar 2003 20:57:48 +0100
              >"Jeroen Karstens" <jeroenkarstens@...> wrote:
              >
              >> Ik heb dit virus dus inderdaad bij mij gevonden. Probeer datgene te
              >> doen wat hieronder staat bij het oorspronkelijke bericht.
              >>
              >> This is a vriuswarning. I really found this virus in my computer so
              >> please follow the instructions.
              >
              >I hope you had to replace your computer, you lying sack of shit, because
              >you took your own advice and were unable to reinstall your OS after you
              >trashed it.
              >
              Um. Perhaps Jeroen genuinely thought that file contained a virus. A lot
              of people have been (and keep being) taken in by this particular hoax.
              --
              Barbara Davies
            • Matthew Graybosch
              On Wed, 5 Mar 2003 22:46:13 +0000 ... You re right, Barbara. I should know better than to blame on malice what is more likely due to ignorance or fear. On the
              Message 6 of 9 , Mar 5, 2003
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                On Wed, 5 Mar 2003 22:46:13 +0000
                Barbara Davies <bhdavies@...> wrote:

                > Um. Perhaps Jeroen genuinely thought that file contained a virus. A
                > lot of people have been (and keep being) taken in by this particular
                > hoax.--

                You're right, Barbara. I should know better than to blame on malice what
                is more likely due to ignorance or fear. On the other hand, it's been a
                long day and I still haven't taken off my BOFH* hat.

                --
                Matthew Graybosch
                http://www.starbreaker.net
                "Good men know their limits. Great men overcome them."

                * BOFH == "Bastard Operator from Hell"
              • uselessnovelty@aol.com
                In a message dated 3/5/03 4:27:06 PM Central Standard Time, ... LOL. Wow, such rage. [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
                Message 7 of 9 , Mar 5, 2003
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                  In a message dated 3/5/03 4:27:06 PM Central Standard Time,
                  matthew.graybosch@... writes:


                  > I hope you had to replace your computer, you lying sack of shit, because
                  > you took your own advice and were unable to reinstall your OS after you
                  > trashed it.
                  >
                  > --
                  > Matthew Graybosch
                  >

                  LOL. Wow, such rage.


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                • uselessnovelty@aol.com
                  In a message dated 3/5/03 5:04:53 PM Central Standard Time, ... LOL. How funny. Yeah, I should be bitchy due to ear infections...But, it seems when I get sick,
                  Message 8 of 9 , Mar 5, 2003
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                    In a message dated 3/5/03 5:04:53 PM Central Standard Time,
                    matthew.graybosch@... writes:


                    > You're right, Barbara. I should know better than to blame on malice what
                    > is more likely due to ignorance or fear. On the other hand, it's been a
                    > long day and I still haven't taken off my BOFH* hat.
                    >
                    > --
                    > Matthew Graybosch
                    >

                    LOL. How funny. Yeah, I should be bitchy due to ear infections...But, it
                    seems when I get sick, I'm actually a nice person. Lmao. If he'd caught me on
                    any other day, I probably would've verbally blasted him. Lmao.

                    Ever loony,
                    Battie


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                  • Jeeva Sathurayar
                    If you are in doubt about an exe file ie you think it is a virus, do not open it. Seems simple but curiosity killed the cat. It is best to check with the
                    Message 9 of 9 , Mar 5, 2003
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                      If you are in doubt about an exe file ie you think it is a virus, do not
                      open it. Seems simple but curiosity killed the cat. It is best to check with
                      the source of the file and if you are still concerned - call your local
                      Norton, Macfee distributor - they are always willing to help ... and sell
                      you an upgrade to their product. Under no circumstances should you delete a
                      system file - chances are your windows system will cease working. There are
                      many virus hoaxes asking people to delete system files - many people have
                      done so to their detriment. By the way, exe virii are usually e-mailed to
                      you or delivered via floppy/cd/zip/jazz drive. It is extremely rare to
                      download a virus esp. if you use trusted download sources. Be very wary of
                      so called 'underground sites' ...
                      -----Original Message-----
                      From: uselessnovelty@... [mailto:uselessnovelty@...]
                      Sent: Thursday, 6 March 2003 10:12 AM
                      To: Fantasy_Books@yahoogroups.com
                      Subject: Re: [Fantasy_Books] FW: Virus


                      In a message dated 3/5/03 5:04:53 PM Central Standard Time,
                      matthew.graybosch@... writes:


                      > You're right, Barbara. I should know better than to blame on malice what
                      > is more likely due to ignorance or fear. On the other hand, it's been a
                      > long day and I still haven't taken off my BOFH* hat.
                      >
                      > --
                      > Matthew Graybosch
                      >

                      LOL. How funny. Yeah, I should be bitchy due to ear infections...But, it
                      seems when I get sick, I'm actually a nice person. Lmao. If he'd caught me
                      on
                      any other day, I probably would've verbally blasted him. Lmao.

                      Ever loony,
                      Battie


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