pixel at tesco.net
Sun Feb 16 15:49:01 EST 2003
Yeah sorry, my mistake. There was no attachment with the mail JB referred to.
It just so happened that _another_ Klez virii generated mail arrived at the
very same time from somewhere else which my AV software trapped for me and
i mistook JB's ref to it to mean that one. Hope that makes sense.
As Tristan says the nagnagnag listserv strips out attachments.
At the end of the day tho "ye carnt b t' carefull".
At 19:48 15/02/2003 -0800, Robert Frank wrote:
>So even though there is no written text or attachment,
>we get the virus just by opening it? How is that
>--- Pixel <email@example.com> wrote:
> > JB,
> > Dont worry about the so-called IE (internetExplorer)
> > patch.
> > Bogus in the extreme.
> > Any patch for IE should be actioned by you at
> > micosoft's site, and not
> > mailed to you.
> > That mail was generated by the W23.Klez.H@mm virus.
> > If you're running windows and you opened that mail
> > get some help.
> > Either Norton AV or McAfee AV should do.
> > If your running MacOS just sit back [and] smirk.
> > Still, it would be good to get some AV for that
> > anyways.
> > ~Ra
> > - Two million warm souls on a cold day in hyde park
> > with one purpose - peace.
> > At 14:02 15/02/2003 -0500, JesseBaird@aol.com wrote:
> > >Pardon my ignorance, but what is an IE 6.0 patch?
> > >
> > >-JB
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