[Fwd: Virus warning] HOAX
P. S. Binkley
sarahbee at oldwiz.net
Sun Sep 15 07:50:04 PDT 2002
Thanks James...I will check it out .... Cynn is pretty computer savvy
so I trust her to know what she is telling me ... If we pass on
information that anyone one of you feel is wrong ... please excuse us!
We are only trying to help. At least it is not email arguing over some
rediculous things as last month was. As far as checking it out ... I
wouldn't know how or where to go about that. So I appreciate your
expert advise on this.
James Stewart wrote:
> At 05:41 AM 9/15/02 -0500, you wrote:
> > Better check on it peoples....I had it...unopened thank God!
> > :o)Return-Path: cynthiajt at adelphia.net
> Another hoax virus message. Check these out thoroughly before sending
> them on:
> The Jdbgmgr Hoax
> April 2002
> The jdbgmgr hoax is almost the same as the sulfnbk hoax in that it
> tells you to delete a program that was installed with Windows.
> jdbmgr.exe is the Java Debugger Manager and does have an icon that
> looks like a Teddy Bear. It is not, normally, a virus. As with all
> executables, it is not impossible to have a copy of jdbmgr.exe that is
> infected by a virus but that virus will be detected by your antivirus
> Microsoft has posted the article Q322993 with information on how to
> replace jdbgmgr.exe if you have deleted it.
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