The first email is a hoax. The program in question is not a virus. Do
not delete the file.
You can find it on the "virus hoax" list at
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From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of
B. J. Arnold-Feret
Sent: Tuesday, May 29, 2001 2:00 PM
Subject: Fw: SULFNBK.EXE resident virus deletion
This virus alert comes from the Air Canada Pilots Association. I found
the virus on my PC. Recommend you follow the instructions below.
Remember to empty the Recycle Bin as well as per these instructions.
Sorry for the problem...
PLEASE FOLLOW THE FOLLOWING PROCEDURE. THIS VIRUS TRAVELS THROUGH E-MAIL
AND MIGRATES TO THE @:\windows\command folder.
TO FIND IT AND DELETE FROM YOUR COMPUTER do the following:
GO TO START BUTTON
GO TO FIND OR SEARCH
GO TO FILES AND FOLDERS
MAKE SURE THE FIND BOX IS SEARCHING THE ' C' DRIVE
TYPE : SULFNBK.EXE
BEGIN SEARCH. IF IT FINDS THE VIRUS ON YOUR COMPUTER, HIGHLIGHT IT AND
THE DELETE KEY ON KEYBOARD. CLOSE THE FIND DIALOG BOX.
IT IS IMPORTANT THAT YOU NOW CHECK THE RECYCLE BIN< BECAUSE IT ALSO
SHOWED UP IN THAT LOCATION.
OPEN RECYCLE BIN. FIND THE FILE AND DELETE IT FROM THE RECYCLE BIN.
Do not rely on your Anti-virus software like McAFEE, NOR NORTON, ETC.,
because they cannot detect it because it does not become a virus until
1, then whatever you do do not open the file. I must stress that so
far tonight already the only four people who have followed this procedure
did find the virus in their computer.
For more information about the rp-ml, see http://ltk.hut.fi/rp-ml/
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