virus warning

  jellymax 16:07 27 Jun 03

I have received a warning from an (unknown) email correspondent who says his system has sent me a virus called "jdbgmgr.exe", which has a grey teddy-bear icon, and will damage my hard disk &c.
I have received similar ".exe" virus warning before, all of which have turned out to be hoaxes.
Is this a hoax, and will removing this ".exe" actually stop my system working properly?
Can anyone help??

  The Spires 16:17 27 Jun 03

The Teddy Bear was put there by Bill Gates, it a hoax as are 99% of virus warnings etc.

  Confab 16:17 27 Jun 03

Yes it's a well known hoax. Just delete the mail and ignore it. If your AV is up to date then you've no need to worry.

  Terrahawk 16:19 27 Jun 03

are they still persecuting the teddy bear this one has been flying around for about 3 years now it is a hoax just delete the email

  The Spires 16:19 27 Jun 03

click here A little more info on the subject. click here

  mikef. 17:41 27 Jun 03

Hello teddy haven't seen you for a few weeks, I thought they were finally leaving you alone, but it seems as if I was wrong :-(

If you have removed it click here;en-us;322993

  mikef. 17:42 27 Jun 03

Sorry try this click here and wait for redirect

  mikef. 17:43 27 Jun 03

Seems as link will not work directly go to Technical database and type jdbgmgr.exe in search.

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