At 10:19 AM 3/31/95 +0500, Fell_Travisfirstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
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>Today (3/30/95) I received a copy of an e-mail from Hughes Aircraft
>Company via Moorpark College and the City of Ventura regarding a new
>called GOOD TIMES that originated from someone on AOL.
>This virus, when activated, is extremely destructive and, the e-mail
>states, "is unparalled in its capability...other more well-known viruses
>such as Stoned, Airwolf and Michaelangelo pale in comparison..."
>The virus can be detected as an e-mail message with the subject line
>reading "Good Times." If you receive a piece of e-mail with Good Times
>the subject, DO NOT READ IT...DELETE IT IMMEDIATELY.
>The virus is launched when the e-mail is loaded into the mail server's
>ASCII buffer and it is highly intelligent...it will send copies of
>to everyone whose e-mail addess is contained in the received-mail file
>sent-mail file, if it can find one. Once a computer is infected, one of
>several things can happen. The hard drive will most likely be
>If the program is not stopped, the computer's processor will be placed
>an nth-complexity infinite binary loop which can severly damage the
>REMEMBER...if you receive a piece of e-mail with the subject called Good
>Times, DO NOT READ IT...DELETE IT IMMEDIATELY.
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