Agree. Our IT has informed me:
>yep. another hoax. it is actually a windows component, luckily a not very
Richard A. Powell BA MA MSc
Mental Health Services Research Section
Sainsbury Centre for Mental Health
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05/07/02 03:53 PM
Please respond to
Do not delete files just because someone is telling you to do so. Take a
look at a description of this "make people delete legitimate files on their
And please do not RUN any attachment because the mail tells you that this
will remove a virus. It will install one instead. I am getting quite a few
of these Klez worms daily.
Whenever you receive a mail looking either suspicious or promising (like
this one!-) in regards to virii trying to make you send the mail to others
or to run an attached program - dont. Better: search for any hints and
comments via groups.google.com.
At 15:04 07.05.02 +0100, you wrote:
>I pass this on for what it is worth. I found the file on my computer and
>have removed it but never know whether these things are a hoax. Claudia
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