Date: Sun, 16 Dec 2001 12:40:01 +0800
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From: "Perlae Trading Corp." <ptc@PHILWEBINC.COM>
Subject: virus alert
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Dear Conchlers ,
We were alerted to the fact that someone sent us an email w/a virus
that gets attached to all the correspondents in our ADDRESS BOOKS.
Since we have sent you an email(s) message during the past 5 days,
we want to give you the following instructions so that you can delete
this virus in the event that we may have passed it to you the same
way as it was sent to us.
Please check carefully and do the instructions that follows as, otherwise,
this virus may damage your computer. Thanks
The virus, which apparently attaches itself to everyone in the address book
can be deleted successfully. If you have it, it may transfer to whomever
is in your address book. It lies dormant for 14 days, then kills your hard
drive. if you DO HVE it send these instructions to everyone in your address
book, otherwise it may be sent back to you by somebody else:
1. go start-then to "find or search"
2. in the search for files or folders, typein: sulfnbk.exe - this is the
name of the virus
3. in the look in - make sure you are searching in drive C
4. hit search button
5. if the file shows up (its and ugly blackish icon that will have the name
sulfnbk.exe. DONT OPEN IT>>>>>
6. right click on the file and go down and delete and left click
7. it will ask you if you want to send it to the recyble bin - YES
8. go to your desktop and double click on hte recycle bin
9.right click on sulfnbk.exe and delete again or just empty the recycle bin
IF YOU FIND THIS...SEND IT TO EVERYONE IN YOUR ADDRESS BOOK, BECAUSE THAT IS
HOW IT IS TRANSFERRED..
Barbier Jean-Pierre . Perlae trad.corp.