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  • Jnsndianen@aol.com
    Dear All
    Message 1 of 1 , Jan 14, 2002
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      Dear All
      >
      >This is serious!!!!
      >
      >I've just received a VIRUS ALERT from a friend - and having checked it
      >out,
      >I did find it on my 'C' drive.I thought you had better be informed as
      >soon
      >as possible.
      >
      >It's one of those transferred by address book, so you may have it too.
      >The
      >virus remains dormant for about 14 days then activates and wipes out the
      >
      >hard drive data... it's undetectable by Norton (and presumably others
      >too).
      >To delete it is relatively simple.
      >
      >Please follow the instructions below very carefully:
      >
      >1) Go to START, then 'Find or Search' (depending on your computer)
      >
      >2) In 'Search for files or folders' TYPE IN: sulfnbk.exe (this is
      >the
      >name of the virus)
      >
      >3) In the 'Look in' window make sure your computer searches in Drive C.
      >
      >4) Hit the 'Search or Find Now' button
      >
      >5) If the virus file name shows up DO NOT OPEN IT (it has an ugly black
      >icon
      >with its name)
      >
      >6) Right Click on the file - go down to Delete and Left Click
      >
      >7) It will ask if you want to send it to the Recycle Bin - Click on YES
      >
      >8) Now go back to your Desktop (where all your icons are) and Double
      >Click
      >on Recycle Bin
      >
      >9) Right Click on 'sulfnbk.exe' (or highlight and hit Delete) and delete
      >
      >the
      >file again, or empty your whole bin.
      >
      >10) Go back and repeat numbers 1-4 to ensure you've deleted the file
      >
      >11) If you have found this virus on your system you URGENTLY need to
      >notify
      >everyone in your address book because that's how the virus is
      >transferred.
      >
      >Just copy this entire message and then paste it into a new e-mail to
      >everyone in your address book.
      >
      >
      >
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