engage engage at
Sat Mar 6 11:55:07 CET 2004

Yeah, these things don't fool me anymore. But, the average Windows user hasn't 
got a clue.

On Friday 05 March 2004 22:07, Maxine Brandt wrote:
>A word or warning for Windows users: this is apparently an example of the
>latest ploy of the virus writers. The virus comes in an encrypted zip file
>to avoid detection by AV programs, and apparently from a trustworthy source
>such as your ISP (or Werner).
>===== ORIGINAL MESSAGE ========
>Date: Tue, 02 Mar 2004 00:32:39 +0100
From: wk at
>Subject: caroline
>To: gnupg-users at
>Message-ID: <wpcvvxcefcftegdwtpm at>
>Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii"
>i'm tall and skiny I'm studying in Pharm. D program in FL. i like music,
>movie, dancing, sports, SCUBA diving, traveling and make a lot friends.
>password for archive: 18286-------------- next part --------------
>A non-text attachment was scrubbed...
>Type: application/octet-stream
>Size: 23090 bytes
>Desc: not available
>Url : /pipermail/attachments/20040302/e01f8924/Anna.obj

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