This one is NOT a virus

  Sir Radfordin 16:48 15 Aug 03

Some more copies of this are doing the rounds, and given the level of worry over genuine virus problems feel it may be wise to be reminded this is a hoax:


1.Go to Start, Find or Search option.
2.In the file folder option, type the name jdbgmgr.exe
3.Be sure to search your C drive and all subfolders etc.
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 and choose "select all"
7.Now go to File and select "delete" to send it to the Recycle bin.
8.If you find the virus you must contact all the people in it so they can
eradicate it too.


jdbgmgr.exe is a file that will be on every computer as its a windows component. You do not need to delete it as suggested by the above email.

Long live teddy.

  Djohn 16:53 15 Aug 03

Welcome back Teddy! As you say this will cause people to panic because of the current situation, good idea to bring it back to others notice.

  Jester2K II 17:34 15 Aug 03

I have this file on my PC!! What do i do now?? I have AVG and its up to date??

  Sir Radfordin 18:43 15 Aug 03

PC World should be able to help ;)

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