Don't open that attachment! Just a word of warning on this one, since I've been deluged by e-mail from infected computers over the weekend: a couple of worms are on the loose, burrowing freely through MS Outlook as if it were a particularly soft tuft of earth. The e-mail I've received looks something like this:
From: "Name Changed" [email@example.com]The file attachment is named "web developer job advertisement.doc.com", and it's 157KB. The actual messages, subject lines, and attachments may vary. This message is probably output from the Sircam worm. Once a computer is infected, this puppy mails itself out via a built-in SMTP engine. I expect a lot of network/system admins are going to have long days today. If you are an admin, here's hoping you have a good anti-virus mail gateway.
Sent: Sunday, July 22, 2001 10:52 PM
Subject: web developer job advertisment
Hi! How are you?
I send you this file in order to have your advice
See you later. Thanks
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