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The actual email is a hoax.


The file is a real windows file, and an executable one at that, so it is
possible a virus could masquerade under this name.  I actually have had a
copy of a virus turn up in the past few days that was called SULFNBK.EXE.
If you found SULFNBK.EXE in any folder other than C:\WINDOWS\COMMAND (where
it belongs) then you are probably infected with the worm.

Please look at the sites in the email from Mark Barnett.



They will tell you exactly what the deal is.


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Mike [mailto:mikeymeyer@sprintmail.com]
> Sent: Thursday, May 31, 2001 3:56 PM
> To: apisto@listbox.com
> Subject: Re: IMPORTANT! -Virus
> The file is OK.  The hoax is calling the file a virus.

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