Dear Mr. Dickman,
Someone I sent email to told me my mail carried a virus, however I can't
detect any virus using Norton. How can I know I've been infected
immediately? Thanks for your help.
SyncTech Inc., Taiwan
Tel: 886-2-89819981 ext. 507
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jason L. Dickman" <email@example.com>
To: "Rp-Ml (E-mail)" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, February 13, 2001 10:40 PM
Subject: FIX for VIRUS (safe to execute!)
> I agree with Derek, this is a pain.
> I have done some searching and found the following info about this latest
> VBS.SST.A is an encrypted Visual Basic Script worm.
> The worm travels via an email message with the following text:
> Subject line: Here you have, ;0)
> Message body:
> Check This!
> File attachment: AnnaKournikova.jpg.vbs
> The worm attempts to trick users into executing the file attached
> to the e-mail message by pretending to be a jpeg graphic image of
> the Russian tennis player Anna Kournikova.
> On January 26th the worm attempts to connect to a website
> The worm modifies the systems registry by creating an entry named
> When the worm is activated it emails itself to every address in the
> Outlook address book
> THE FIX____________________________________________________________
> Run the attached
> If it tells you to restart your machine then it was infected...
> After you restart run this program again and it should tell you "no virus
> I hope this helps...
> Jason L. Dickman
> VP Lab Operations
> Shared Replicators, Inc.
> 3638 South Memorial Dr.
> Tulsa, OK USA
> Voice: 918-270-8923
> Fax: 918-622-1138
> Web: email@example.com
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