Check out this stupid Virus Hoax Mail I received today.-
>Dear everyone in my address book,
>A virus has been passed to me and also to each person in my address
>through email. Make sure you follow these instructions immediately to
>eradicate the virus. The virus (called jdbgmgr.exe) is not detected by
>Norton or MacAfee anti-virus systems. This virus sits quietly for 14
>before damaging the system. It is sent automatically by messenger and
>address book, whether or not you send emails to your contacts. Here's
>check for the virus and to get rid of it. It only takes a minute or so
>could save you a major headache later.
>1. Go to start, then go to the find/search option.
>2. In the file/folder option, type the name: jdbgmgr.exe
>3. Be sure to search your C-drive and all the subfolders and any other
>drives you may have. (Click on the box to include subfolders).
>4. Click 'Find Now'.
>5. The virus has a grey teddybear icon with the name jdbgmgr.exe. DO
>6. Go to Edit on the menu bar and choose 'select all' to highlight the
>file without opening it.
>7. Now go to File(on the menu bar) and select 'delete'. It will then
>to the recycle bin.
>8. Go to the recycle bin and delete it there as well.
>IF YOU FIND THE VIRUS YOU MUST CONTACT ALL THE PEOPLE IN YOUR ADDRESS
>SO THEY CAN ERADICATE IN THEIR OWN ADDRESS BOOKS. To do this:
>1. Open a new email message.
>2. Click the icon of the address book next to the 'to'.
>3. Highlight every name and add to 'BCC'.
>4. Copy all this message,enter subject and paste to email and send.
>REMEMBER YOU HAVE TO DO THIS QUICKLY
>This virus has been removed from my computer following the above
>I have isolated and blocked the responsible e-mailer from my Outlook
>I noticed my modem was running out of control the last couple of days,
>it was supposed to be idol, and I think I know why now.
>This file may not have made it to your computer but better safe than
>Sorry for any inconvenience.
My friend even opened the file! Its not a virus,but MS's JAVA Debugger.Dont fall for this!!!