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Hello All,

You might want to check the Symantec web page before deleting the SULFNBK
file from your hard drive.  There is a hoax warning out there, too.  Go to
a search engine and type in the name of the file (but you don't need to
type the filetype).  If you have SULFNBK in C:/Windows/Command it is part
of the Windows system used for restoring files with long file names.  If it
is in another part of your hard drive, however, it could be infected.

These virus and worm problems are pretty sneaky!

Alison


At 01:00 AM 12/17/2001 -0500, Carol Gracie wrote:
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