vinnyo123 03:38 11 Nov 03

some knuckle head from my wifes school just sent her an e-mail and said to look for this virus on one of our PC's on our network.He said he received it and it sent out through his address book.Naturally it's on my pc,but it looks like a hoax.It was created same day as alert e-mail came ,norton doesn't pick it up .Also in its properties it is a microsoft exe. file .Says it is a microsoft debugger registration for Java.Just wanted to make a post to see if anybody else heard of this before I go crazy trying to get rid off this.

  Saltyseadog 03:54 11 Nov 03

Hi vinnyo123

Your correct in your assumption that it is a hoax, I received an e-mail last year about the same thing. It won't do you any harm if you have deleted it but it isn't necessary. Many people seem to have been caught out by deleting the file on the assumption it is better to be safe than sorry.

  vinnyo123 03:56 11 Nov 03

thanks for the reply
click here

  The Lights Are On 08:43 11 Nov 03

Let the poor Teddy alone he has never hurt you, millions of harmless Teddy's have been wiped out with this wicked hoax.

  Andsome 09:05 11 Nov 03


  mikef. 10:40 11 Nov 03

I thought teddy had died as we hadn't heard from him for a bit, but no he is still alive and kicking, poor old teddy

  Andsome 13:38 11 Nov 03

He's lovely

  Giggle n' Bits 14:17 11 Nov 03

Puddsy for Children in need appeal.

I start bid at £10 for this bear.

  vinnyo123 17:03 13 Nov 03

yes teddy was running through my wifes college.
Trying to infect young techies lol

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