Date: Fri May 03 2002 - 07:53:46 EEST
The Star Internet anti-virus service, powered by MessageLabs, discovered
a potential virus or unauthorised code (such as a joke program or
trojan) in an email sent by you.
The email has now been quarantined and was not delivered.
To help identify the mail:
The message sender was
The message was titled Welcome to my hometown
The message recipients were
The message date is Fri, 3 May 2002 11:48:54 +0800 (SGT)
The virus or unauthorised code identified in the email is:
Skeptic searching for 16 viruses
>>> Possible Virus 'CID-Exploit.dam' variant found in '290906_2MPLAIN-TEXT_CTDELETED0.TXT'. Heuristics score: 200
Some viruses forge the sender address. For more information on this
please use the link to the FAQ's at the bottom of this page.
The message was diverted into the virus holding pen on
mail server server-19.tower-17.messagelabs.com (pen id 290906_1020401625)
and will be held for 30 days before being destroyed.
For more information please visit
If you sent the email from a corporate network, you should first
contact your local IT Helpdesk or System Administrator for advice.
They will be able to help you disinfect your workstation.
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Personal or Home Users:
If you sent the email from a personal computer or home account,
you will need to disinfect your computer yourself. Please contact
your anti-virus software vendor for support or obtain help from
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