Sorry Folks, I guess I have to figure out how to get my file back! Jane.
Margo Blythman wrote:
> I heard about this on the radio in the UK. it is NOT a virus. Its a
> double bluff and gets you to delete part of your standards windows set up.
> I think there is advice on the microsoft web site on what to do
> Jane Milton wrote:
> > Hi everyone, I got this warning yesterday and didn't find it on the
> > first trawl, but when I followed the instructions below I did find this
> > virus on my computer. Hope you get this in time to check yours and pass
> > on the warning. Jane.
> > Sent: Sunday, May 27, 2001 3:03 PM
> > >Subbject: VIRUS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
> > >
> > >Received the following from a friend. Please follow
> > >the directions to find and delete the file. I did
> > >find this virus on my hard drive.
> > >I have received this e-mail and have found the virus
> > >on three computers!
> > >Virus software can not detect it. It will not become
> > >active until June 1, 2001, at that point it will
> > >become active and will be too late. It wipes out all
> > >files and folders on the hard drive. This virus
> > >travels through e-mail and migrates to the
> > >C:\windows\command folder. To find it and delete
> > >it off your computer, do the following:
> > >
> > >Go to the START button. Go to FIND or SEARCH Go to
> > >FILES & FOLDERS Make sure the find box is searching
> > >the C drive.
> > >Type in: SULFNBK.EXE Begin search.
> > >
> > >If it finds it, highlight it and press the Del key on
> > >your keyboard. Close the find dialog box. open the
> > >Recycle Bin. Find the file and delete it from the
> > >Recycle bin. You should be safe.
> > >
> > >The bad part is: You need to contact everyone you have
> > >sent ANY e-mail to in the past few months. I do not
> > >know how long this has been on our computers.
> > >DO NOT RELY ON YOUR ANTI-VIRUS SOFTWARE. McAFEE NOR
> > >NORTON CAN DETECT IT BECAUSE IT DOES NOT BECOME A
> > >VIRUS UNTIL JUNE 1ST. IT WILL BE TO LATE THEN.
> > >WHATEVER YOU DO, DO NOT OPEN THE FILE!!!
> > >thyland
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