[email protected] virus

  cpr 19:27 14 Apr 2003
  powerless 19:31 14 Apr 2003

click here

Probably from an email.

Or someone may have an infecred floppy or CD-R.

  MAJ 19:32 14 Apr 2003
  Gaz 25 19:33 14 Apr 2003

Try an online scan at symantec, this should show any viruses,

It could be malicious activity that caused that, read about the virus, and see if the registry entries it creates are in your registry????

  MAJ 19:34 14 Apr 2003
  beeuuem 19:36 14 Apr 2003

For information
[email protected]" title="http://securityresponse.symantec.com/avcenter/venc/data/[email protected]" TARGET="_new">click here
[email protected]" title="http://securityresponse.symantec.com/avcenter/venc/data/[email protected]" TARGET="_new">click here
click here

  powerless 19:37 14 Apr 2003

This site does not like not @ in URL's MAJ.

The site treats it as an email address so it goes all messy.

Paste the Symantac URL into click here and it will give you a clean link.

Like i have done ;-)

  MAJ 19:45 14 Apr 2003

Cheers Powerless, that's another one I'll have to watch out for. ;-)

click here Same as yours I think, Powerless.

  Happy1 22:25 14 Apr 2003

It is from emails. I use BT which uses brightmail and filters this virus out of emails all the time. I used to get several every day but now they have stopped. I posted a thread and asked about exactly this virus a few weeks ago.

  accord 22:40 14 Apr 2003

i had this ages ago. NAV detected it from an email and quarantined it before i received it. delete it from quarantine job done. nice to see that your AV software is working.

  cpr 22:43 18 Apr 2003

Thanks to all who responded. I double checked as suggested by GAZ25 with an online scan. Nothing revealed. Once again thanks. cpr

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