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Subject:Re: VIRUS ALERT From:Daniel P Read <danielread -at- JUNO -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 9 Dec 1996 09:24:37 EST
>>This is a warning for all internet users - there is a dangerous
>>virus propogating across the internet through an e-mail message
>>entitled "PENPAL GREETINGS!". DO NOT DOWNLOAD ANY
>>MESSAGE ENTITLED "PENPAL GREETINGS!"
This is another hoax, just like the infamous "Good Times" e-mail virus.
You cannot receive a virus via text-based e-mail. And even if there was
a virus-infected file attached to an e-mail, you would have to execute
the program or macro containing the virus in order for your system to be
danielread -at- simonsystems -dot- com