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January 18, 2006, 1:36 pm
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few different names.
The attachment was a .hqx that unzipped to filename.zip (bunch of
Windoze had the .zip icon, but I sure wasn't going to double click on
it to see if it would give an 'invalid zip format' or launch the .scr
The e-mail client(Trend Micro) ID'ed it as WORM_GREW.A
Symantec no virus found
TheHacker no virus found
I also received e-mail from clueless people that must have CC'ed who
I told you that I had viruses set aside for people who continue to send
me Spam mail. I only use these viruses against perpetual spammers who
do not heed my warnings.
My filter has just informed me that YOU have tried to infect me with a
I suggest you explain yourself before something unfortunate happens.
I am a real estate travel writer and if this is the way you treat
people then I feel it could be worth my while to investigate and then
Do you really want that?
I dont even know who the fuck you are, but you can Fuck Off, actually
you tried to spam me with your bull shit real estate scam!
Can I asked why you CC'ed this to the PC Broadband Address?
...And can I too ask what the hell is going on ??
Well you can ALL FUCK OFF as far as I am concerned... you people SHIT
This is the most fun I've had from an e-mail and I didn't even have
anything to do with it LOL.
Re: "Fun" with malware
So much for fun - getting e-mails from all over the world saying to
stop sending e-mails to them. Almost all of them are users using
'reply to' not knowing the reply to address is bogus. So far I've
gotten about 45 of them, all having this in the header:
Received: from mail1.onnetsecure.net ([22.214.171.124]) by
bay0-mc1-f7.bay0.hotmail.com with Microsoft SMTPSVC(6.0.3790.211); Wed,
18 Jan 2006 17:43:57 -0800