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Dear Richard & other list members,
This Bug Bear seems to be causing a lot of trouble. The following link might
be of interest. It's a zip-file with the program Stinger
I got rid of the Bug Bear virus by using it.
ICS/University of Groningen
Grote Rozenstraat 31
9712 TG Groningen
Richard Rothenberg writes:
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> I received an email addressed from <Barry Wellman
> [log in to unmask]>. It came to me personally, not to the list, and
> contained a message that was infected with the latest virus that's been
> making the rounds (W32.Bugbear@mm). I answered the email to let Dr.
> Wellman know of the infection, but the message bounced and told me that
> the addressee was unknown.
> It may be that his computer, or someone else's, is infected and the
> message is out to everyone on this list and others. I suspect the list,
> and Dr. Wellman, will soon be bombarded with cautionary notes, but I
> thought I better get this news out.
> Rich Rothenberg
> Richard Rothenberg, MD
> Department of Family and Preventive Medicine
> Emory University School of Medicine
> 69 Butler St. SE
> Atlanta, GA 30303
> email: [log in to unmask]
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> fax: 404-616-6847
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