Just in case anyone is not aware of this:
The previous message from Angie is a HOAX - please ignore the message.
The reason the Virus is not detected by Anti-Virus software is because it is
not a Virus !
See the following sites for further information:
PS. Please do not post Virus warnings to Genealogical mailing lists.
From: Angie Marshall [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: 27 January 2003 06:43
Subject: [ERY] Fw: Virus - Angie has sent this please read
Please see below I have also found the virus in my C drive and now deleted
it as described please see the email below to find out how to do it. My
virus scan is updated daily and did not pick it up.
Apologies to all
----- Original Message -----
From: "Margaret Faull" <mfaull(a)ncmme.fsnet.co.uk>
To: "Walker, Helen" <HWalker(a)wakefield.gov.uk>; "Susan
<p.tipping(a)dial.pipex.com>; "Owent@redback. com. au"
<mdeverill(a)hotkey.net.au>; "Marshall, Angela"
"margaretfaull" <margaret.faull(a)ncm.org.uk>; "M Rogerson"
<mrogerso(a)nsw.bigpond.net.au>; "M Grayson"
"Julie Edwards" <personnel.assistant(a)ncm.org.uk>; "John Ward"
<john.ward(a)history.usyd.edu.au>; "Jane Shewan"
<Jane.Shewan(a)panp-tr.northy.nhs.uk>; "J Tucker"
"Graham Deverill" <gdeverill(a)hotkey.net.au>; "Frankland, Garth"
<Garth.Frankland(a)bl.uk>; "Francis Pryor" <fandmpryor(a)waitrose.com>;
Rose" <Frances.ROSE(a)detya.gov.au>; "Erwin.bottomley"
<Erwin.bottomley(a)ncm.org.uk>; "Ernest Hollebone"
<DTMBKM(a)aol.com>; "Diana Dalley" <law(a)tpgi.com.au>; "Davinder
<marketing.manager(a)ncm.org.uk>; "Cynthia Whitehead"
<Cynthia.Whitehead(a)wakeha.nhs.uk>; "Cynthia Larsson"
<alvsjo.resebyra(a)telia.com>; "Colin Pollock" <pollock1(a)which.net>;
John" <JChapman(a)wakefield.gov.uk>; "catherine.gillard"
<catherine.gillard(a)ncm.org.uk>; "Barbara Edwards"
<Annette.etherington(a)ncm.org.uk>; "Anne Walsh"
<WalshAn(a)nsw.cpaonline.com.au>; "Annalise Rawson"
<annalise.rawson(a)ncm.org.uk>; <anna.southall(a)resource.gov.uk>; "Angie
Sent: Sunday, January 26, 2003 11:26 PM
Subject: Fw: Virus
I have been passed a virus which managed to evade the virus check on
my computer. It insinuates itself into everyone else's computer who is
in the address book. I have checked and I did have the virus. There
are instructions below in how to delete it. Sorry about this.
From: daria m hahn <daria_m_hahn(a)hotmail.com>
To: akosy(a)freestart.hu <akosy(a)freestart.hu>; bdecyk(a)csulb.edu
<bdecyk(a)csulb.edu>; decyk(a)physics.ucla.edu <decyk(a)physics.ucla.edu>;
Jbdecyk(a)aol.com <Jbdecyk(a)aol.com>; mfaull(a)ncmme.fsnet.co.uk
<mfaull(a)ncmme.fsnet.co.uk>; maslak(a)bigpond.com <maslak(a)bigpond.com>;
mikeyhahn(a)email.com <mikeyhahn(a)email.com>; nonie.carter(a)energy.com.au
<mail(a)pamelagriffith.com>; riccab(a)yahoo.com <riccab(a)yahoo.com>;
Taisamel(a)aol.com <Taisamel(a)aol.com>; V.deKosinsky(a)ulg.ac.be
Date: 26 January 2003 10:34
Subject: Fwd: Virus
>>From: "E.hahn" <e.hahn(a)unsw.edu.au>
>>Date: Fri, 24 Jan 2003 22:09:21 +1100
>>Dear Everyone I have just received th message below from Stephen
>>Hunyor. I have follwed instructions but I think I will check again
>>as it seems to me this could end up in an endless loop,depending on
>>whether my copy has been passed back to Stephen. Good luck Eric
>>I received this Virus alert (reproduced below) from my brother Alex
>>this morning. Yes the Virus file was sitting there on my C: drive -
>>undetected by the various filters my institution's network provides.
>>I was able to remove it according to the very clear instructons
>>provided below. Hope this note may also save you some heartache.
>>Sorry for any inconvenience.
>>"A virus has been passed to our computer. As your contact is in our
>>address book, you may have received this virus as well. Please
>>follow the instructions below to delete, and pass this message on to
>>The virus (called jdbgmgr.exe) is not detected by Norton, McAfee,
>>F-secure or VET anti-virus software. The virus sits quietly for 14
>>days before damaging the system. It's sent
>>automatically by messenger and by the address book whether or not you
>>send e-mails to your contacts.
>>Here's how to check for the virus and how to get rid of it. Sorry
>>about this but we had no control over this matter. Thankfully we
>>were warned in time.
>>The Macquarie Street Excimer Laser Centre.
>>YOU MUST DO THIS -
>>1. Go to START(bottom left corner), find the search option (or
>>'FIND") 2. In the Files/Folders option, write the name jdbgmgr.exe
>>3. Be sure to search your c:drive and any other drives you may have.
>>4. Click "find" now 5. The virus has a teddy bear icon with the name
>>jdbgmgr.exe DO NOT OPEN IT
>>6. Go to edit, choose "select all" to highlight the file without
>>clicking or opening it.
>>7. Now go to file and select "delete". It will go to your recycle bin.
>>8. Go to your recycle bin and delete file from there as well.
>>IF YOU FIND THE VIRUS YOU MUST CONTACT ALL THE PEOPLE IN YOUR ADDRESS
>>SO THEY CAN ERADICATE IT IN THEIR OWN ADDRESS BOOKS. SORRY ABOUT THIS.
>>SURE EVERYONE IN THE ADDRESS BOOK WILL HAVE IT.
>>9. To do this open new e-mail message, click the photo of the address
>>book next to "TO".
>>10. Click every name and add to BCC.
>>11. Copy this message, enter subject, paste to e-mail, send.
>>Stephen N Hunyor
>>Cardiac Technology Centre (CTC)
>>Royal North Shore Hospital, St Leonards
>>Sydney NSW 2065 Australia
>>Tel: (+61-2) 9926 7845
>>Fax: (+61-2) 9901 4097
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