peoshel <@t> wisc.edu
Wed Aug 20 10:31:16 CDT 2003
Someone's -- or more than one person's -- computer is infected with
the latest virus and is sending the stuff, mostly spoofing email
addresses from the computer's address book, so the mail looks like
it's from a legitimate source. My address has been spoofed this way.
Delete all the attachments *without opening them* and the emails.
Some worms and viruses can use header vulnerabilities in
MIME-compliant programs like Outlook, Outlook Express, Eudora, etc..
Run a virus program on your computer to make sure that you're not infected.
Also, if you're using Windows on your computer, check with your IT
people to make sure you've got the latest patch to fix yet another of
MS's security flaws (self-inflicted, most of them).
It might have come through your Yahoo account -- web-based email
accounts are easier targets for viruses and worms than most other
Hello, I am getting nothing but attachments with no message!! Is
anyone else receiving this?
Jill Cox HT (ASCP)
Seattle Histology Lab
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