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A client recently sent us a copy of an email that warned her in capital letters of a terrible virus that is going around the internet and steps to take to protect herself from getting this virus.
It recommened the kind of files not to open, what titled emails to be wary of, and even cited the validity of these threats by referencing sites like truth or fiction. It ended by encouraing her to send the email on to everyone shes knows.
These kinds of emails themselves are in effect a spam virus. The intent is to clog the internet with people sending the message itself around.
If the threat were as real and urgent as noted, the main newswires and newspapers would report it.
So if you get an urgent warning like this, avoid spam and do not pass it on.