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Re: [XTalk] Fw: Virus--This is Real

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  • Jack Kilmon
    ... From: LAlbert To: Sent: Sunday, December 16, 2001 12:48 AM Subject: [XTalk] Fw: Virus--This is
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      ----- Original Message -----
      From: "LAlbert" <lalbert001@...>
      To: <crosstalk2@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Sunday, December 16, 2001 12:48 AM
      Subject: [XTalk] Fw: Virus--This is Real

      > ----- Original Message -----
      > From: LAWolfe@...
      > To: LAByrd@...
      > Sent: Saturday, December 15, 2001 8:37 PM
      > Subject: Virus--This is Real
      > Folks,
      > I received a message containing this virus..., and chances
      > are you have it too, since you're in my address book.
      > It lies dormant for 14 days, then it kills you hard drive.
      > Here's how to stop it:...I did this and its easy...
      > If you've got it send this to everyone in your address book.
      > The directions for removing it are easy.
      > 1. Go to 'start' - then to 'find or search'
      > (depending on your computer)
      > 2. In the 'search for files or folders' type in
      > sulfnbk.exe -- this is the virus.
      > 3. In the 'look in' make sure you're searching Drive C.
      > 4. Hit 'search' button (or find)
      > 5. If this file shows up (it's an ugly blackish icon that will have the
      > name 'sulfnbk.exe' DO NOT OPEN IT
      > 6. Right click on the file - go down to delete and left click.
      > 7. I will ask you if you want to send it to the recycle bin, say yes.
      > 8. Go to your desktop (where all your icons are)
      > and double click on the recycle bin.
      > 9. Right click on sulfnbk.exe and delete again - or empty the bin.
      > If you find it send this email to all in your address book,
      > because that's how it's transferred.

      This is a HOAX! Do NOT erase this file which is a legitimate component
      of Windows.
      There is a virus called W32/Magistr-A which is capable of emailing infected
      copies of SULFNBK.EXE to innocent users. This is probably how the scare
      but eliminating this file can cause you problems. As usual, run a viral scan
      frequently and research all e-mail warnings.

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