Get this sent around to your contacts ASAP...we don't need this
>PLEASE FORWARD THIS WARNING AMONG FRIENDS, FAMILY AND CONTACTS:
>You should be alert during the next days:
>Do not open any message with an attached filed called "Invitation"
>regardless of who sent it, It is a virus that opens an Olympic Torch
>which "burns" the whole hard disc C of your computer.
>This virus will be received from someone who has your e-mail address in
>his/her contact list, that is why you should send this e-mail to all
>your contacts. It is better to receive this message 25 times than to
virus and open it.
>If you receive a mail called "invitation", though sent by a friend, do
>not open it and shut down your computer immediately. This is the worst
>virus announced by CNN, it has been classified by Microsoft as the most
>destructive virus ever.
>This virus was discovered by McAfee yesterday, and there is no repair
>yet for this kind of virus. This virus simply destroys the Zero Sector
>of the Hard Disc, where the vital information is kept
>SEND THIS E-MAIL TO EVERYONE YOU KNOW ,
>COPY THIS E-MAIL AND SEND! IT TO YOUR FRIENDS
>AND REMEMBER: IF YOU SEND IT TO THEM, YOU WILL BENEFIT ALL OF US
January 10 2007 10:56 AM EST
Is this that really bad virus ? The one that cheats on you with
your girlfriend, drinks all your beer and kicks your dog ?
I'd hate to get that one.
January 10 2007 10:57 AM EST
January 10 2007 11:07 AM EST
Please, always take a moment and look these things up.
January 10 2007 11:33 AM EST
Man, I just prepared 188.8.131.521 invitation mails, now nobody will visit me :(
"Again, if you receive this email delete it and DO NOT pass it on."
Still I'd heed the warning if from McAfee
On Tue, Mar 06 2001, Andre Hedrick wrote:
> > >This virus acts in the following manner: It sends
> > >itself automatically to all contacts on your list
> > >with the title "A Virtual Card for You". As >soon as
> > >the supposed virtual card is opened, the computer
> > >freezes so that the user has to reboot.
> > >When the ctrl+alt+del keys or the reset button are
> > >pressed, the virus destroys Sector Zero, thus
> > >permanently destroying the hard disk.
> This is a LIE, it does not destroy the drive, only the partition table.
> Please recall the limited effects of "DiskDestroyer" and "SCSIkiller"
> This is why we had the flaming discussion about command filters.
January 10 2007 3:57 PM EST
What warning from McAfee? What you just posted is merely listed on their site a s a "Recent variant" of this HOAX!
They tell you not to send the email so you don't propagate this hoax.
Someone please close this post so ZAP doesn't embarrass himself anymore.
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