InvictaNet Customer Support support at INVICTANET.CO.UK
Mon Nov 18 20:40:10 GMT 2002


I think this is from a de-IFRAMEd message. Can anyone suggest why it looks
so 'orrible?
Also, why have I got "irusWarning.txt"

(I'm using v3.26-2)


-----Original Message-----
From: FT.com News by email
[mailto:ymnl+672583.125202216.2 at newsbyemail.ft.com]
Sent: 18 November 2002 15:03
To: martynr at invictanet.co.uk
Subject: {VIRUS?} Your Money update

Content-Type: text/plain; charset=s-ascii"; name=irusWarning.txt"
Content-Disposition: inline; filename=irusWarning.txt"
Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable This is a message from the
MailScanner E-Mail Virus Protection
Service --------------------------------------------------------------------
-- The original e-mail attachment "the entire message" was believed to be
infected by a virus and has been replaced by this warning message. If you
wish to receive a copy of the *infected* attachment, please e-mail helpdesk
and include the whole of this message in your request. Alternatively, you
can call them, with the contents of this message to hand when you call. At
Mon Nov 18 15:05:45 2002 the virus scanner said: Possible Microsoft security
vulnerability attack Note to Help Desk: Look on the MailScanner in
/var/spool/MailScanner/quarantine (message gAIF5bjK050146). -- Postmaster

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