Hi Wolf, you are lucky you only got one !! I had 250 similar messages over a
36 hours period (2 different message bodies) all trapped by my ISPs new
facility. The suspicion was cast either on a German station and/or an
academic institution "richardson.uni2.ac" was involved in both. They seem
to have stopped now. So either the sender is blacklisted or he has found out
about it. The virus was not Klez in this case but an earlier form.
Cheers de Alan G3NYK
----- Original Message -----
From: <[email protected]>
To: <[email protected]>
Sent: 14 February 2003 14:06
Subject: LF: Virus Warning: CLEZ found in zipped PIFattachment
I received a mail today with a *.PIF file attachment which contained the
Fortunately, due to NOT USING MS Outlook here, no harm was produced, and
anti virus software alerted me immediately.
The sender of the infected mail claimed to be "[email protected]" which is
definitely not true. Maybe someone's PC with my address in the address
is infected so be alert.
The mail itself did not have any text body, and the title was "Don't drink
much beer" or something like that.