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>Most email virus warnings are hoaxes, and the hoax gets perpetuated by well
>meaning people. But this one is real, email viruses can only exhist in the
>form of an attachment, and this one has been going around since last week
>"I send you this file in order to have your advice."
>Does that line sound familiar? If so, you're one of the thousands of
>Internet users around the world who have received the SirCam virus since it
>was released into the wild last week.
>I have had this emailed to me 3 or 4 times a day for the past week. Somebody
>is apparently out to get me! It is an attachement with a PDL or something
>like that extention. You can read about it here:
I think this might be the same one b/c I too have been getting 3-4
mails w/ attachments from a costumer this week. I got fed up and emailed
an angry response. Turns out the guy had no idea what was going on. The bug
targeted his address book.
Here is info:
To scan for the virus, and if you are without an updated virus program, try
The attachment appears to be just a "doc" or an "xls" extension and not the
"exe" extension. Don't be fooled. The bug may come from someone you know.