If it's not a virus what is it and how did it get in my computer? You see, my hubby is a sys. analyst for 20+ years. He built my computer from scratch and says he didn't put it there. Just want to know what you know of its origins since you seem so insistant that it's a hoax. Thanks.
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DATE: Mon, 14 Jul 2003 18:53:46
From: Maggie White <email@example.com>
To: "ArtsEdNet Talk" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>It is NOT a virus, and it is NOT new! It is an old hoax that is making
>the rounds again. This is the second "warning" I've received this week.
>Cynthia Houppert wrote:
>> There is a new virus out. It is lbdgmr.exe Its icon is a teddybear that hibernates for 2 weeks! Kill the evil teddybear by going to windows explorer and searching for it in C drive and any other fixed drives.
>> Delete it and empty the recycle bin.
>> As for spyware, it helps to use internet tools and delete all ofline files.
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