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Subject:Re: virus From:John -dot- Cornellier -at- PARIS -dot- IE -dot- PHILIPS -dot- COM Date:Thu, 28 Aug 1997 17:15:17 +0200
This is a macro virus & it is everywhere. By the way any other docs you opened
with Word since you opened the infected docs are infected too. It's usually not
1. Get a copy McAfee shareware off the net or better yet buy it.
2. Delete normal.dot (don't worry, Word creates a new one).
3. run McAfee on your whole disk (check the help for the right switches if you
get the command line version) and Bob's yer uncle.
John mailto:john -dot- cornellier -at- paris -dot- ie -dot- philips -dot- com