Problem with Bugbear virus I think

  TommyRed 22:09 06 Feb 03
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Just received an e-mail from a relative telling me she has the Bugbear virus and as it spreads from the address book I should delete a file jbdgmgr.exe. I have heard of viruses that want you to delete important files, though this sounds real as I've since talked to her on the phone. I have found said file but what if she has been deceived? I have removed passwords (stored on floppy) and keep no credit card info on my PC. Is this for real? Could really do with some advice.
Cheers Mark

  watchful 22:15 06 Feb 03

This is a HOAX - DON'T DELETE !

  Djohn 22:16 06 Feb 03

Please leave Teddy alone, don't hurt him! :o)

  Nellie2 22:28 06 Feb 03

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Poor Teddy!

  beeuuem 22:32 06 Feb 03

Poor Teddy - everyone has it in for him!
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  VoG™ 23:02 06 Feb 03

I was very tempted to post in Anglo Saxon but I don't want to be removed.

I do not believe it (VM) - there are more posts on this than tea in China (the country) !!!

For future reference to anybody who receives one of these stupid e-mails (and this is not a go at you TommyRed or the others that will follow you) click here

  watchful 06:07 07 Feb 03

^Bump^

  kuhbler 07:19 07 Feb 03

That FAQ section that was talked about the other day should have this at no.1

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