I looks like at least one copy of the virus has already been posted to SAS-L
The header reads "ILoveYou"
and there is an attachment "LOVE-LETTER-FOR-YOU.TXT.VBS"
From a conversation with our campus anti-virus person it looks like our
campus was hit with it today too.
It might be a good idea to make sure these messages aren't archived.
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Who says "Question Authority" on that bumper sticker?
Jim Groeneveld <J.Groeneveld@ITGROUPS.COM> wrote in message
> Dear friends,
> I am always very sceptical towards fake virus warning. But just a few
> minutes ago I got a telephone call from an employee of Getronics Networks
> Services here in the Netherlands about a new email virus spreading around
> which crashes networks. It already has done so, as I I understood. I am
> taking this warning serious. It concerns an email which you might receive
> with the subject "I love you". At best you should delete it directly. I
> would not distribute this warning if I would have the impression of
> unreal, as I don't like to be the victim of some joke. So take this
> serious as well.
> I hope this warning is effective. If it finally appears to be some hoax
> I will be ashamed, but happy that it did not do any harm. So on the other
> hand I hope it is not true. But you have been warned!
> Regards - Jim.
> Y. (Jim) Groeneveld, MSc IMRO TRAMARKO tel. +31 412 407 070
> senior statistician, P.O. Box 1 fax. +31 412 407 080
> head IT department 5350 AA BERGHEM IMRO TRAMARKO: a CRO
> J.Groeneveld@ITGroups.com the Netherlands in clinical research
> It is my job to keep my computer at work, but its job is to reveal my