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Subject:bogus virus? From:Miki Magyar <miki -dot- d -dot- magyar -at- BANGATE1 -dot- TEK -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 1 May 1996 09:30:57 MDT
I just got a message passing on a warning about a deadly Internet virus
with a subject line "Good Times". One of the engineers here said it's a
bogus virus, and no virus could do what it's claimed to do. Does anyone
have any real information on this? I've already posted the warning to all
my friends and family, on the 'better safe than sorry' theory.
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