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Virus Alert - July 25, 2001


Special Bulletin--Virus Alert--July, 2001
The W32/SirCam@MM virus was discovered

Keys To Safer has been alerting others about a new email virus. We have taken precautions to eliminate any threat to Keys'  it may have, although we believe that some of our subscribers are battling this.  We have received some emails that our virtual program has eliminated.  The security of your system is of utmost importance to us. We will always try to alert you to any virus that may be circulating through email.  This is what to look for:


1. The "From" may be someone you know.


2. The "Subject" may appear to be familiar also, as it selects a file name from the documents of the sending computer.


3. The body of the email is ALWAYS the same:

"Hi! How are you?

I send you this file in order to have your advice

See you later. Thanks"

4. The virus sends emails out undercover. That is, it invades the resident computer's address book, selects names and sends emails without the operator knowing it.


5. The email carries an attachment that when opened, infects the receiving computer. The attachments name extension will have a strange ending, such as, "filename.doc.pif" or "filename.doc.bat" or "filename.doc.txt".

6. A very popular antiviral program allowed this virus to get through on some of our subscribers system; however, Norton Antivirus was able to catch it and they have posted information about it at the link below. The next link is to the fix for the virus.

Thank you for your understanding and continued support.


Keys' Management



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