Mail Interception: incoming E-mail contained a virus
UCSD virus scanner
VirusScan at ucsd.edu
Mon May 10 01:41:56 PDT 2004
This is a message from the UCSD E-Mail Virus Protection Service
Our virus scanner indicates that an attachment or part of an E-mail
message addressed to you was infected with a virus, so THAT part of
the message has been removed from your mail.
This does NOT mean that your computer has a virus.
The rest of the original message is enclosed below.
The *INFECTED* attachment file is being held in quarantine.
If you do not want this file, you need do nothing
further and it will be destroyed automatically after 30 days.
The mail scanner program may (rarely) remove a valid attachment to a
message, part of which coincidently resembled a known virus. If you need to
retrieve a removed message part, please read the following:
The attachment you download is likely to still be infected.
Please use EXTREME CARE in handling it.
To download the attachment, please use your browser to access:
Message part originally titled ""
has been quarantined and is retrievable at
(scan reported VIRUS W32/Bugbear-B Found in file ./4.b64)
If you do not have a Web browser, you may use anonymous FTP to
connect to FTP.UCSD.Edu and GET the file directly.
The /quarantine directory cannot be listed, so you must
specifically retrieve the file by the name given above.
Note that in all cases the file name of the original attachment has
been changed, and the file contents compressed with GNUZip. This
was done to help prevent it from infecting your system automatically
should you actually download it.
The original message headers and the uninfected portion of the
contents follow. Please remember that the To: and From: addresses in
infected E-mail are often forgeries. It is not unusual for the author
or site shown in the message to have no knowledge nor actual
responsibility for the message you received.
Following the original message (below), there is a technical data summary
which contains information our help desk personnel will need if you
call with questions about this interception.
VirusScan at UCSD.Edu
Office of Network Operations
Academic Computing Services
University of California, San Diego
+1 858 534-1857
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