I've been getting them in my bulk mail and luckily deleted all of them, but they keep coming.
Maggie White <email@example.com> wrote:Hi, all,
It seems it's been a blessedly long time since I've received notice about a worm or virus and passed it on to you. Of course, this streak of good luck had to end, so here is a new warning from a reputable online newsletter.
A new Worm has been discovered today (May 2, 2005) named W32.Sober and itís spreading rapidly! This mass-mailing worm circulates via email using its own SMTP engine to spread and may be in English or German.
Look for the following subject lines, message bodies and attachment names, which are indicative of this worm:
ok ok ok,,,,, here is it
Account and Password Information are attached!
Visit: http:/ /www.[random domain]
This is an automatically generated E-Mail Delivery Status Notification.
Mail-Header, Mail-Body and Error Description are attached
Appends one of the following randomly to the bottom of the message:
Attachment-Scanner: Status OK
AntiVirus: No Virus found
Server-AntiVirus: No Virus (Clean)
http:/ / www.[random domain]