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To all on the Crawford amil list;
Keep your eyes open for the following attachments
or -attachment was the 7 dwarfs.
They come in a message that has hahaha.
Many folks in the Nebraska gen web are receiving these
I am no technician so use your judgement. I am just
trying to inform.
To all on the Crawford mail list.
I felt I should pass the following info to you.
I am on the Neb mail list and several folks there have
been receiving mail with the virus.
Just read and beware.
================= Begin forwarded message =================
From: mbuesch(a)megavision.com (Marcia Buescher)
Subject: Re: [NEGenWeb] Spam with virus attached
Date: Mon, 18 Dec 2000 20:20:58 -0700
Two have come my way. Marcia
Barbara Pike Hruza wrote:
> He got me twice, Alice.
> At 12:57 AM 12/19/00 -0500, AliceJeanMiller(a)aol.com wrote:
> >Gee -- I thought I was the only one receiving SPAM from Mr. hahaha(a)sexyfun.net
> >I receive at least one piece of SPAM a day from this guy -- all containing
> >one or more viruses. Not all of them are .exe files.
> >To date I have received 11 pieces of SPAM -- all variations on the Snow
> >White theme - 4 came with .exe files, 3 with .scr files, 3 with .zip files
> >(with .exes or .scrs in them) and one .bat file -- and all virus laced.
> >If this guy was an someone who had innocently picked up the virus and was
> >unwittingly passing it on, I should have received identical messages. This
> >leads me to suspect that he is intentionally trying to destroy my computer.
> >All of the e-mail is coming from phony e-mail addresses. He is even
> >routing the stuff through legit servers, such as NASA and Stanford University.
> >Suggest you set your mail filters to immediately discard anything from Mr.
To all subscribers I received the
following virus info that is from a person
in Ne GenWeb that had it.
Remember to never open an attached .exe file, and you should be OK. Have
your email programs set to not automatically open attachments. I know
it's tempting to open those files at this time of the year, but this is
when it's especially important to remember that rule even when it's from
someone you consider "safe".
This message is espcially for all you
folks that have donated funds, volunteered
to get all the data online, and to those of you that
live in the county and do lookups for for the Crawford co
Also, to the rest of the folks that are on the Crawford
FROHE WEIHNACHTEN und ein GUTES NEUES JAHR!
GUD JUL och GOTT NYTT AR!
VESELE VANOCE a STASTNY NOVY ROK!
FELIZ NATAL E PROSPERO ANO NOVO!
JOYEUX NOEL et une bonne Nouvelle Annee!
MERRY CHRISTMAS and HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Linksmu Kaledu ir laimingu Nauju metu
Crawford co CC
I am new to the list.
I am looking for information on my g-grandfather
Taylor Pierce/Pearce (his true name was Samual
Taylor Pearce) He lived in Crawford County, Stockholm Township. I found him in the 1900
His first wife was Julia Winans, the second marriage
was to Abbie and I don't know her last name.
Does this sound familiar to anyone?
K "Pearce" Bailey
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