Yours in Art & Life,
Folks here is WARNING for all Email users from some friends stationed in
Germany with the military.
From: jumpsks (Kevin & Satonya Jumps)
To: attebery ('Charlie Attebery'), deutermann
('Katy'), dxter ('DX Russell'), jccool ('Jim
Richardson'), jmorgan ('Jim Morgan'), jumps ('Tim
Jumps'), kevin_j.jumps.ARMY.MIL ('Kevin at work'),
n2756m ('Daddy'), pmyers.com ('Pamela Myers-Lewis'),
pmyers ('Paul Myers'), pojax ('Libby'),
rhadden ('Ron Hadden'), sdrayton ('Steve
Drayton'), smyers ('Susan Myers'), steeletc ('Thomas &
Date: 97-01-07 06:35:33 EST
Just an important message about another virus. There is always some crazy
person out there trying to screw things up.
Don & Lisa
From: kroberts (LEIGH C. GRESKO)
To: bzoller.mil (Benny Zoller), brian40 (Brian
Anderson), hatman (Dan Lantzy), 100315.3124 (Dave
Goodrum), dlness (Don Ness), robertsk (keith & Tammy
Robertson), caseyk (Ken Casey), KLMikeee (Mike),
mdrivers (Mike Rivers), ensee (Nolan Campiz),
taillon (Shawn Taillon), darius (SKI),
marshall (Tom Marshall), maggioa (tony &
Date: 97-01-05 17:34:59 EST
Got this one from Kaytie, check it out, another damn Virus to watch out for
> From: Kaytie Torango <100105.1505>
> To: Randy Jessee <jesseer.mil>
> Cc: SUZANNE ADAMS <adams.cmt>; Al Fischer, Col, MD
<fischera.mil>; Joe and Krista Campione
<JKCAMPI1>; Don & Carolyn <100756.202>; Ruth A.
FAIERSTEIN <102554.3602>; "Kevin B. Fletcher"
<fletchk>; "Tom & Joanne Frankenfie <TOM2JO2>; Leigh
& Connie Gresko <kroberts>; DAVID HONEYWELL
<75337.140>; INTERNET:jalleva <jalleva>;
Brian & Jennifer <beavis.j>; "Lisa Kelley"
<Lisa_Eddie>; DeLayne Lantz <dlantz>; Bob &
Leann <RJLKKLOS>; Tony Levy <levya.mil>; Timmy
& Linda <Timmy49>; Miss Margie <103003.3351>;
Richard McDuffy <Grimvox>; Kayte Mullen
<100542.3210>; tracy nieser <roman21>; LINDA
OSBORNE <osbornel.mil>; Greg Owen <gowen>;
"Jeffrey Patterson" <jpatter>; Sean Siverly <gbozgtr>;
KyraFay Siverly <LENNONSMOM>; Jillian B. Torango
<102744.3316>; JOHN W. TURNER <76422.1762>;
Gonzales L CMSgt USAFE/F <GONZALEL.mil>; Baker Linda
GS-7 USAFE/F <bakerl.mil>; Combs Robin Maj USAFE/FM
<COMBSR.mil>; Georetta Walling
<wallingg.mil>; "Dave Weinberg"
> Subject: Virus alert
> Date: Sunday, January 05, 1997 10:57 PM
> Hello out there, Don't know if this is a sure thing or another hoax,
> don't ever want to take a chance of screwing up my harddrive. So I pass
> warnings along.
> ---------- Forwarded Message ----------
> DATE: 1/5/97
> RE: Virus alert
> VERY IMPORTANT INFORMATION, PLEASE READ!
> There is a computer virus that is being sent across the Internet. If
> you receive an email message with the subject line "Deeyenda", DO NOT
> read the message, DELETE it immediately! Some miscreant is sending
> email under the title "Deeyenda", nationwide, if you get anything like
> DON'T DOWNLOAD THE FILE! It has a virus that rewrites your hard drive,
> obliterates anything on it. Please be careful and forward this e-mail to
> anyone you care about.
> Please read the message below:
> FCC WARNING!!!!! -----DEEYENDA PLAGUES INTERNET
> The Internet community has again been plagued by another computer virus.
> This message is being spread throughout the Internet, including USENET
> posting, EMAIL and other Internet activities. The reason for all the
> attention is because of the nature of this virus and the potential
> risk it makes. Instead of a destructive Trojan virus (like most
> this virus, referred to as Deeyenda Maddick, performs a comprehensive
> search on your computer, looking for valuable information, such as email
> and login passwords, credit cards, personal inf., etc. The Deeyenda virus
> also has the capability to stay memory resident while running a host of
> applications and operation systems, such as Windows 3.11 and Windows 95.
> What this means to Internet users is that when a login and password are
> sent to the server, this virus can copy this information and SEND IT OUT
> UNKNOWN ADDRESS (varies). The reason for this warning is because the
> Deeyenda virus is virtually undetectable. Once attached, your computer
> be unsecure. Although it can attach any O/S this virus is most likely to
> attack those users viewing Java enhanced Web Pages (Netscape 2.0+ and
> Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.0+ which are funning under Windows 95).
> Researchers at Princeton University have found this virus on a number of
> World Wide Web pages and fear its spread. Please pass this on, for we
> alert the general public of the security risks.
> Sent by: KATHY_MEYERS.ARMY.MIL