This high-risk virus is spread via Microsoft Outlook and can also be spread via the ICQ network. It is a mass mailing worm that attempts to send itself to all entries in the Outlook address book. The virus began circulating on Tuesday afternoon. KUA.net’s virus tracking system stopped 241 infected e-mail messages on Tuesday and 110 by today.
The virus will arrive with the following e-mail message:
Body: How are you?
When I saw this screen saver, I immediately thought about you
I am in a harry, I promise you will love it!
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KUA.net’s technical support personnel are available 24 hours a day to answer member questions about the virus: (407) 933-7777 (Osceola county), (407) 523-SURF (Orange & Seminole counties) or toll free statewide at (877) 582-7700.
KUA.net is a division of the Kissimmee Utility Authority,
Contact: Chris Gent, Manager of Corporate Communications
(407) 933-7777 ext. 1116