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Computer Virus Warning!!!

got this from a friend and hes not the one to b.s. me personally...so take this to heart...

During the next several weeks be VERY cautious about opening or launching any e-mails that refer to the World Trade Center or 9/11 in any way, regardless of who sent it. PLEASE FORWARD TO ALL YOUR FRIENDS AND FAMILY. FOR THOSE WHO DON'T KNOW, "WTC" STANDS FOR THE WORLD TRADE CENTER. REALLY DANGEROUS BECAUSE PEOPLE WILL OPEN IT RIGHT AWAY, THINKING ! ITS A STORY RELATING TO 9/11!

BIGGGG TROUBLE !!!! DO NOT OPEN "WTC Survivor" It is a virus that will erase your whole "C" drive.. It will come to you in the form of an E-Mail from a familiar person. I repeat, a friend sent it to me, but called and warned me before I opened it. He was not so lucky and now he can't even start his computer!

Forward this to everyone in your address book. I would rather receive this 25 times than not at all. So, if you receive an email called "WTC Survivor", do not open it. Delete it right away! This virus removes all dynamic link libraries (all files) from your computer.

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There is a new virus threat dubbed "Blackworm" that is supposed to have a very damaging payload. This virus has been in distribution for a couple of weeks but it's suppose to do it's damage this Friday, February 3rd. It is distributed via e-mail so it is very important to follow good practice regarding e-mail (I'll explain more below). The worst of the damage will make any of these file types unreadable: Word *.doc Excel *.xls Access *.mdb Access Security *.mde Powerpoint *.ppt Powerpoint *.pps ZIP *.zip RAR *.rar Adobe Acrobat *.pdf Adobe Photoshop *.psd or Windows dump file *.dmp. If you are on a machine on our corporate network, unplug your network cable (the end looks like a big phone jack) and shut your machine OFF IMMEDIATELY and call for IT help. If no help is available right away, use another machine and we will assist you as soon as possible. Your infected machine will cause others damage should you leave it connected and on. If you are at home, follow the advice from these links and/or use this attachment to help clean your infected machine. (Note: we are not responsible for your machines at home so use the following information and attachment at your own risk). There are other cleaning utilities out there as well.

More information can be read here:
http://[email protected]
http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,1895,1916534,00.asp
http://www.us-cert.gov/current/current_activity.html under the heading "Nyxem Mass-mailing Worm"


E-mails containing this virus have the following attributes:

Name: (different depending on what anti-virus software you are using)
Authentium: W32/[email protected]; AVIRA: Worm/KillAV.GR; CA: Win32/Blackmal.F ; Fortinet: W32/Grew.A!wm ; F-Secure: Nyxem.E; Grisoft: Worm/Generic.FX; H+BEDV: Worm/KillAV.GR; Kaspersky: Email-Worm.Win32.Nyxem.e; McAfee: W32/[email protected]; Norman: W32/Small.KI; Panda: W32/Tearec.A.worm; Sophos: W32/Nyxem-D; Symantec: [email protected]; TrendMicro: WORM_GREW.A CME #24

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The Best Videoclip Ever
School girl fantasies gone bad
A Great Video
Fuckin Kama Sutra pics
Arab sex DSC-00465.jpg
give me a kiss
*Hot Movie*
Fw: Funny
Fwd: Photo
Fwd: image.jpg
Fw: Sexy
Re:
Fw:
Fw: Picturs
Fw: DSC-00465.jpg
Word file
eBook.pdf
the file
Part 1 of 6 Video clipe
You Must View This Videoclip!
Miss Lebanon 2006
Re: Sex Video
My photos

Body:
Note: forwarded message attached.
Hot XXX Yahoo Groups
F*ckin Kama Sutra pics
ready to be F*CKED
forwarded message attached.
VIDEOS! FREE! (US$ 0,00)
Please see the file.
>> forwarded message
----- forwarded message -----
i just any one see my photos. It's Free
how are you?
i send the details.
OK ?

Attachment:
007.pif
School.pif
04.pif
photo.pif
DSC-00465.Pif
image04.pif
677.pif
New_Document_file.pif
eBook.PIF
document.pif
DSC-00465.pIf
New Video,zip .sCr
Attachments,zip .SCR
Atta[001],zip .SCR
Clipe,zip .sCr
WinZip,zip .scR
Adults_9,zip .sCR
Photos,zip .sCR
Attachments[001],B64 .sCr
392315089702606E-02,UUE .scR
SeX,zip .scR
WinZip.zip .sCR
ATT01.zip .sCR
Word.zip .sCR


Good e-mail safty practices:

- Number one most important safty tip is that if you are in doubt or not sure about an e-mail sent to you, delete it.
- If you don't recognize the sender, delete it. It's not worth your curiousity to open it.
- If you do recognize the sender but it's out of character for them to send you something like this, delete it. They may not have sent it but the virus did on their behalf or the virus spoofed their address in the e-mail.
- If you do get something that you believe to be a joke program, video, or image from someone you know and you are on the corporate network, don't open it! If you are at home, then use some common sense to determine if you should open it. Look at the body of the e-mail. Is it general? Doesn't it say something like "Hey Bob, just thought you might like to see this video. George sent it to me. By the way how are the kids at soccer?" That appears to be pretty personal information that a virus wouldn't know. If it's more like "Bob, thought you might enjoy this", then that's pretty general and you shouldn't open it. If you are not sure, then just e-mail (start a new e-mail, don't reply) or call the sender and ask them.

Again, if you are not sure, delete it. It's not worth it to lose your data or your computer over.

If you have any questions, please ask your local IT personnel.

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Shouldnt be a problem-AV dats from all manufacturers have been able to detect and remove this since early December. Another reason that using the virus excuse to run Mac's is invalid.

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Seriously, am I the only person thats never gotten a virus running windows for the last 10 years?

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Shouldnt be a problem-AV dats from all manufacturers have been able to detect and remove this since early December. Another reason that using the virus excuse to run Mac's is invalid.
The other reasons stem around the blatant holes in the windows subsystems that these things constantly exploit...but that's another topic altogether.

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The other reasons stem around the blatant holes in the windows subsystems that these things constantly exploit...but that's another topic altogether.
Agreed. But it is fairly easy to lockdown any windows system from being exploited.

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Seriously, am I the only person thats never gotten a virus running windows for the last 10 years?
I never do on my personal PC nor my work one. I see them all the time on other PCs though.
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The other reasons stem around the blatant holes in the windows subsystems that these things constantly exploit...but that's another topic altogether.
These exist in every OS. And as this has been argued many times before, one of the biggest reasons it stands out in Windows is because it is in fact the biggest kid on the block. Same thing goes when people said "Firefox is sooooo much safer than IE." But it's not, and now that it's almost as popular the exploits are coming fast. I have yet to see many other companies come out as quickly and efficiently as MS does with updates. Not to mention, we're talking viruses here...not eploits. They have nothing to do with the OS. You write a program, it does bad things to your pc, it's a virus. It can be equally written for any OS, but of course I'd pick to create it for the most popular.

Sorry, but the whole "Windows Sucks" argument is bland and largely invalid.

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Not to mention, we're talking viruses here...not eploits. They have nothing to do with the OS.
I disagree, the known OS exploits are what the viruses use to do their dirtywork. So the OS is a major factor in enabling the virus writers to attempt to wreak havoc.

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I disagree, the known OS exploits are what the viruses use to do their dirtywork. So the OS is a major factor in enabling the virus writers to attempt to wreak havoc.
In that case, let's blame some programs too, eh? How about when Sony put the rootkits on their audio cd's which created a massive hole in Windows?

Viruses do not always go for Windows exploits. A virus is a program. Nothing more and nothing less. We just give it a scary name to keep the non-computer savvy folks out of the loop. You can open up notepad, write whatever malicious thoughts come to your mind in code, and save the file as a VBS. It does not have to attack an exploit. And if it is an exploit, then there would be a patch for it relatively quickly from MS.

I say we all stop using Windows and other MS products and see just how well Mac, Novell, or anyone else can do by stepping in instead. What the average home user doesn't understand is that there is a whole world of other Windows and MS products all working together to let you do the things that you want. If Windows was bad, and I mean trully a bad product...then I seriously doubt that just about every single major corporation would be exclusively using it.

I'm not saying Mac is bad, they have a fine OS, but your average computer user bad mouths Windows or MS because it's the popular thing to do. They have no clue that you are secured and logged into your office thanks to Active Directory, your timesheets or other applications are being well handled for you on SQL Server, and the countless other things which are working behind the scenes. Of course things go wrong sometimes. But XP, is pretty solid especially compared to 98. And Server 2003 is virtually rock solid, even compared to Server 2000.

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In that case, let's blame some programs too, eh? How about when Sony put the rootkits on their audio cd's which created a massive hole in Windows?

Viruses do not always go for Windows exploits. A virus is a program. Nothing more and nothing less. We just give it a scary name to keep the non-computer savvy folks out of the loop. You can open up notepad, write whatever malicious thoughts come to your mind in code, and save the file as a VBS. It does not have to attack an exploit. And if it is an exploit, then there would be a patch for it relatively quickly from MS.

I say we all stop using Windows and other MS products and see just how well Mac, Novell, or anyone else can do by stepping in instead. What the average home user doesn't understand is that there is a whole world of other Windows and MS products all working together to let you do the things that you want. If Windows was bad, and I mean trully a bad product...then I seriously doubt that just about every single major corporation would be exclusively using it.

I'm not saying Mac is bad, they have a fine OS, but your average computer user bad mouths Windows or MS because it's the popular thing to do. They have no clue that you are secured and logged into your office thanks to Active Directory, your timesheets or other applications are being well handled for you on SQL Server, and the countless other things which are working behind the scenes. Of course things go wrong sometimes. But XP, is pretty solid especially compared to 98. And Server 2003 is virtually rock solid, even compared to Server 2000.

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User: "Because I installed a game and now it doesn't work."
Me: "No, that's not because Windows sucks, it's because you're a moron and can't read the simple message on the screen which says to insert the CD before it will let you play the game."
Hey, I am one of the good guys, and I'm not bashing MS (I am pro-microsoft actually) I am just having a discussion. All Im saying is that the majority of new viruses use OS exploits and since MS is the biggest kid on the block this is their target.

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The biggest problem is code 'on the lookout' for other code that it makes a false assumption about and jumps into action on said data payload. There is more of that type of code in the Windows OS than any other widely used OS. Certain Applications are at fault for this behaviour too, like browser plugins.

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The biggest problem is code 'on the lookout' for other code that it makes a false assumption about and jumps into action on said data payload. There is more of that type of code in the Windows OS than any other widely used OS. Certain Applications are at fault for this behaviour too, like browser plugins.

Please don't make assumptions about someone's understanding of OSes, exploits, computer security and data integrity that you've not met.
What assumptions?

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OH, I see, I dont think it was directed at anyone in this thread.

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I've only been dealing with these issues in the professional world for the past 14 years on a multitude of operating systems and various online platforms.

Yes, admittingly, windows gets better each time, but it has a VERY LONG way to go.

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Oh please. Let's be real here. I'm not talking about programmers, network admins, or many of us reading this thread. Your average person on the street has no clue of any of this stuff. I have a friend who actually put on his resume "Experience working with HTML." On the interview he was asked what his experience was and he responded..."surfing the web with an HTML browser."

I am beyond qualified to make that assumption because I took plenty of help desk calls on previous jobs, made enough house calls as personal favors, set up networks, and supported all of them. The blame is very very simple most of the time...it's Windows or the computer according to the user. If I'm lucky they'll just keep their mouth shut and let me fix it without their guess as to what screwed it up in the first place. Know how many 'network trouble tickets' I had which were simply a loose cable from someone playing footsie with the back of their computer? Forgotten passwords, deleted emails, and even killing other electronics by spraying them down with Windex for that fresh look and scent.
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And another thing...even the techs and IT folks themselves aren't exempt from that line of thinking. I work for a very large company and had a team come to me, ready to throw away one of our images which they documented and showed as a failure to load. What they (about 5 or 6 techs at least) forgot to do was to test that image on more than one pc since it could possibly and turned out to be the machine which was bad.
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And another thing...even the techs and IT folks themselves aren't exempt from that line of thinking. I work for a very large company and had a team come to me, ready to throw away one of our images which they documented and showed as a failure to load. What they (about 5 or 6 techs at least) forgot to do was to test that image on more than one pc since it could possibly and turned out to be the machine which was bad.

Again, I don't disagree. Most in the field haven't a clue what happens beneath the world of the GUI.

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Again, I don't disagree. Most in the field haven't a clue what happens beneath the world of the GUI.
Whats a GUI?

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True, and it's not even a minority. Many people only know how to log in, do the things that they need to do, and shut down.
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Oh and let's ask Mr. Jobs that question while dangling a picture of Mr. Gates in front of him. Or you could go back further and ask the folks over at Xerox as well.

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True, and it's not even a minority. Many people only know how to log in, do the things that they need to do, and shut down.

Much like people and cars. "I press here and turn this"

"I don't have disc brakes, mine is a rectangle down there"

Everyone Exaggerates

We're being taken for a ride... agaaaaaaain.....


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