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Re: virus alert



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I don't think so. My provider (New York University) let through a
message from Mark Fuhrman, who is on this list - but stripped of all
content, because their very powerful virus detection software had
located a bug on it... Happened about two hours ago.

----- Original Message -----
From: LG <lgould@WINCOM.NET>
Date: Thursday, December 20, 2001 1:17 pm
Subject: Re: virus alert
> this is a hoax
>
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: leil lucy alexander <leillucy@YAHOO.COM>
> To: <BOOK_ARTS-L@LISTSERV.SYR.EDU>
> Sent: Thursday, December 20, 2001 1:06 PM
> Subject: virus alert
>
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> > hi everyone--this came to me from one of the arts
> > lists I am on and so I checked just to see and, sure
> > enough, it was there on my computer. so, follow the
> > instructions and delete it from yours if by chance you
> > have it. if you do it right away, it should have no
> > effect at all on your computer.
> >
> > sorry about this
> > Camellia
> >
> > We were today notified by a friend who had a virus on
> > their computer, which was forwarded to us and possibly
> > everyone in our address book.  After I  followed her
> > instructions to see if the virus had been spread to my
> > computer, it unfortunately was in my hard drive and it
> > is very possible that now is  in yours.
> >
> > THIS VIRUS LIES DORMANT FOR FOURTEEN DAYS AND THEN
> > KILLS THE HARD DRIVE.
> >
> > Here is what to do to check to see if you have it.  If
> > you do, you will have to forward a similar message to
> > everyone in your address book.
> >
> > Remove the virus by the following steps:
> >
> > (1)  Go to "Start", then to "Find" or "Search"
> > (depending on your
> > computer).
> > (2)  In the "Search for Files or Folders", type
> > sulfnbk.exe--this
> > is the name of the virus.
> > (3)  In the "Look In" section make sure you are
> > searching Drive C.
> > (4)  Hit "Search" or "Find".
> > (5)  If your search finds this file, it will be an
> > ugly blackish icon that will have the name
> > "sulfnbk.exe".  DO NOT OPEN IT!!!!!
> > (6)  Right click on the file (directly on the black
> > icon), go down
> > to "Delete" and then left click.
> > (7)  You will be asked if you want to send the file to
> > the
> > recycling bin--say "Yes".
> > (8)  Go to you desktop (where all of your icons are)
> > and double
> > click on the recycle bin.
> > (9)  Right click on "sulfnbk.exe" and delete it again
> > or empty the
> > entire recycle bin.
> > (10)  If you found this virus on your system, send
> > this or a
> > similar e-mail to all in your address book, because
> > this is how it has been transferred.
> >
> >
> >
> > =====
> > ____________________________________________________________
> > You only have to let the soft animal of your body
> > love what it loves.
> >                                           --Mary Oliver
> >
> > Camellia Samir El-Antably                leillucy@yahoo.com
> > leil lucy alexander                            Wyoming, USA
> >
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