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WARNING: Potential virus sent by you!

From: <Alert.Notification@ivisgroup.com>
Date: Sun, 13 Jun 2004 16:51:33 +0100 (BST)
To: www-xsl-fo@w3.org
Message-Id: <20040613154340.75108A1498@frink.w3.org>

The IVIS Group Virus Control Centre discovered a possible
virus in an email sent by you to francesco.iannuzzelli@ivisgroup.com

This message has now been deleted.

Please read this whole email carefully. It explains what has
happened to your email, which suspected virus has been caught,
and what to do in order to clean your computer.

Some details about the infected message

To help identify the email:

The message sender was:

(if this is not your email address, the message sender possibly
belongs to a mailing list to which you both subscribe.)

The subject of the message was: Information

The message date was: Sun, 13 Jun 2004 17:43:08 +0200

The message identifier was: T6a2b546545a9fd00046c8

The message recipient(s) was/were:

To help identify the virus:

The Virus Scanner reported the following:

Scenarios/Block BadTrans or Yaha or Sobig: A filename matching the file mask was detected: 'data.rtf                                                                           .scr'.
Scenarios/Incoming/Detect incoming virus - SAV: Information 0x42060008, W32/Netsky-P
Scenarios/Incoming/Block incoming executable: 'ItemLength.GE.0'.

The message was deleted.

What should you do now?

If you sent the email from a corporate network, you should first
contact your local Helpdesk or System Administrator for advice.
They will be able to help you clean your workstation.

If you sent the email from a personal or home account, you will
need to disinfect your computer yourself. To do this you will
need an anti-virus program. We suggest using one of the leading
industry anti-virus packages such as McAfee or Norton.
Received on Sunday, 13 June 2004 11:43:40 UTC

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