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Not all Xmas Greeting are to be welcomed

  jack 20:17 17 Dec 04

Security firms are warning about a Windows virus disguising itself as
an electronic Christmas card. The Zafi.D virus translates the
Christmas greeting on its subject line into the language of the person
receiving infected e-mail.
This is extracted form the BBC Website to-day
Ihopes they do not speard false alarm and desponancy.

  Buchan 35 20:23 17 Dec 04

thanks for info jack.

  ulrich 21:51 17 Dec 04

I don't know the sender or am unsure I delete, I prefer proper C/Cards.

  jimv7 23:20 17 Dec 04

Thanks jack,

Part of an email from a2,

Warning! Worm.Win32.Zafi.D!

The 4. variant of the Zafi worm is spreading since yesterday. Worm.Win32.Zafi.D has a size of 11,745 bytes and is packed with FSG. It spreads via email as a christmas greeting and also via file sharing networks. In addition to the spreading mechanism Worm.Win32.Zafi.D installs a Backdoor on the computer which enables remote administration of the machine.

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