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2002\10\01@143941 by James Newton, webhost

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The email did not originate from Ashley. It is this virus that has infected
a machine of a person who has Ashley (and other) email addresses in its
address book. The Virus picks two people and random from the address book
and sends the email "from" one person and to the other. The email is NOT
from the person indicated in the from address. Using SPAMCOP.NET to analyse
the headers shows that the email originated from telstra.net


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2002\10\01@145508 by Bob Blick

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On Tue, 1 Oct 2002, James Newton, webhost wrote:

> address book. The Virus picks two people and random from the address book

Cool, I wonder if they have a PIC version of the random number generator
:)

Needless to say, it really is a virus, and it's attacking piclist members.
I was not picking on Ashley, just giving information as I saw it, as soon
as possible.


Cheerful regards,

Bob

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2002\10\01@151440 by Wagner Lipnharski

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James Newton, webhost wrote:
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> http://www.piclist.com/postbot.asp?id=piclist\2002\10\01\121506a
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> The email did not originate from Ashley. It is this virus that has
> infected a machine of a person who has Ashley (and other) email
> addresses in its address book. The Virus picks two people and random
> from the address book and sends the email "from" one person and to
> the other. The email is NOT from the person indicated in the from
> address. Using SPAMCOP.NET to analyse the headers shows that the
> email originated from telstra.net


New viruses, smart ones. I have seem them weeks ago trying our servers.

I just gave up Norton and McAfee since I found PC-CILLIN, that blocks
viruses right before the mail-inbox, after installing PC-CILLIN, I never
got a single virus problem. Even with all the setup active, McAfee allowed
some viruses to enter my machine by email in the past. Pc-Cillin does daily
updates on new viruses, automatically. Other thing extremely recommended to
have (and run) is AD-Aware, that identify and help you to remove dozens (if
not hundreds) or Spyware installed "with your consent" in your machine. Do
you feel your machine lazy? doing some heavy hard disk activity from time
to time? man, that is Spyware sucking up your PC processing power, it
spread like a pest and it keep sending your "precious personal" information
to several websites. Run AD-Aware and you will be amazed what is in your
windows registry and running invisible.

Be advised.

Wagner Lipnharski - UST Research Inc
Orlando FLorida - USA - http://www.ustr.net
/_/_/_/ Atmel AVR Consultant /_/_/_/

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2002\10\01@151651 by 4HAZ

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I have received 7 copies of this new virus one of which purports to have
been sent from you Bob, but the headers show that you had nothing to do with
it. Interestingly this one doesn't show up as having an attachment, but it
does B00005O7MW.01THUMBZZZ(1).jpg and a .pif file that has a different name
each time.

Lonnie - KF4HAZ -

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> On Tue, 1 Oct 2002, James Newton, webhost wrote:
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> > address book. The Virus picks two people and random from the address
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