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  1. #51
    Beefy Guest


    Well, this 'virus' is turning out to be a fair bit of trouble... We've received 5 emails in the last two days from people with the warning, and a couple of the staff here actually fell for it and deleted the file. I thought it was funny to start with, but now it's starting to get out of hand...

  2. #52
    Join Date
    Apr 2002


    Yeah this thing is kinda stupid, thats like someone telling ppl to search for "*.sys" and delete everything that comes up with because they are virus files.

    This is what somebody told me a few weeks ago, this is a rather pathetic, like the irish virus....

    A fate worse than death is to be forgotten...

    **slaps ollie, birdkiller and beefy and synthetic with the pipe from a vacuum cleaner, before unleashing his trained penguins to finish them**

  3. #53
    Join Date
    Nov 2001


    The way I see it is that the more you learn about the function of your computer and operating system the better off you will be.
    Even the effort taken to get the basics pays off in spades.
    An awful lot of folks treat the PC as if it were an alternative television. I've always felt sorry for those folks because they don't realize the power of the tool in front of them.

    Of course it would be nice if PC's worked as well as TV's but we are far from being at that point. :laugh:
    The reason a diamond shines so brightly is because it has many facets which reflect light.

  4. #54
    Join Date
    Nov 2001


    i never get thius kind of stuff sent to me :confused:

    and i never seem to get viruses
    TT Original

  5. #55
    Join Date
    Nov 2001


    This is the "warning" I got: :rolleyes:

    Dear Customer,
    Capital Security Solutions' support team would like to bring to
    your attention a Hoax that has just been released. Also known as the
    Teddy Bear hoax it is very similar to the recent SULFNBK.EXE hoax. The
    JDBGMGR.EXE hoax refers to a very destructive virus that isn't detected
    by Anti Virus software and will destroy the C: drive after 14 days. Full
    details from the Norman web page are as follows:



    General characteristics:

    * Type: Hoax
    * Spreading mechanism: None
    * Email characteristics:
    * Body:
    I got a virus from someone and it was unfortunately
    automatically sent to my whole address book-it is transmitted through
    outlook and messenger (so it may not have come through any
    If you've gotten this virus(called jdbgmgr.exe), it
    sleeps in your computer for 14days before eating up your hard disk (C:)
    and ruining your whole system. Unfortunately, Norton or other anti
    viruses can't detect this virus so you have to eliminate it yourself. Do
    this quick check to see if your computer has it and erase it. Sorry for
    the inconvenience.
    1. go to Start and push Find (or Search)
    2. write jdbgmgr.exe
    3. be sure that you are looking drive C hard drive
    4. push "find now"
    5. If the virus appears, it's icon is a little bear with

    jdbgmgr.exe, DON T OPEN FOR ANY REASON
    6. PUSH the right button of you mouse and select
    7. go to the trash bin and delete the file

    * Attachment: None
    * Destructivity: None
    * Detected by virus detection files published: Pending
    * Virus characteristics first published: 02 May 2002 11:00 (CET)
    * Virus characteristics latest update: 02 May 2002 11:20 (CET)

    Additional description of malicious program:

    This is another computer virus hoax, a clone of the SULFNBK.EXE hoax
    that has plagued the world for a while already.

    Spreading mechanism:
    The body text mentioned above may vary. Hoaxes are typically changed a
    lot as people translate the text manually. The file jdbgmgr.exe is of
    course completely innocent - it is the Microsoft Java Debug Manager.

    Detection and removal:
    Norman Virus Control does not scan for false virus warnings.


    Please contact the Capital Security Solutions support team if you have
    any further questions.

    I you have not already, please also note our new address' and update
    your records accordingly. Previous details are to be discontinued and
    will soon cease to function.

    Email: [email protected]

    Capital Security Solutions
    PO Box 4325
    Knox City Centre
    425 Burwood Hwy
    Wantirna South VIC 3152
    Tel: 03 9801 0100 Fax: 03 9801 0800

    Customer Support team,
    Capital Security Solutions,
    ************************************************** *
    What came first - Insanity or Society?

  6. #56
    Beefy Guest


    I was thinking of sending a message to everyone I work with, saying that if they EVER get anything IT related in their email, that they should check with me first.. There's been hoaxes and false warnings all over the place lately....

  7. #57
    Join Date
    Nov 2001


    Haha someone should do a hoax targeting a cruial file within real player... maybe a file that has to do with recieving updates?? Hahaha I HATE REAL PLAYER. :shoot2: Why can't they make a non-congested program without all the extra crap they put in them?

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