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Olympic torch virus
Name: Olympic torch virus
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Virus Characteristics. McAfee Avert Labs HOAX Notice!! McAfee Avert Labs would like to inform you of an email HOAX. This email message. "Olympic Torch" is the name of a hoax. It is an Olympics themed warning about a virus that does not exist. This nonexistent virus supposedly "burns" the. It is a virus that opens an Olympic Torch which "burns" the whole hard disc C of your computer. This virus will be received from someone who has your e-mail. According to the message, the attachment opens an 'Olympic Torch', which burns the whole hard disc C of your computer'. However, the claims. A computer virus hoax is a message warning the recipients of a non-existent computer virus This is also known as the Olympic Torch virus hoax (see below) .
Invitation FB Olympic Torch Virus HOAX: Message circulating on Facebook warns users not to open an attachment called 'Invitation Fb' because it will. This virus was discovered by McAfee yesterday, and there is no repair yet for this kind of virus."). Please review: Olympic Torch Virus (idoprekel.tk). Known. The Olympic Torch hoax warns email users to be wary of emails with the subject line "Invitation", and claims that it has been classified as "the. Facebook users are once again warning their online friends about a threat - the only problem this time is that it doesn't really exist. Warning about the Invitation/Olympic Torch computer virus that 'burns the whole hard disc C of your computer.'.
Tags: olympic torch virus alert please circulate friends family contacts invitation facebook burn hard disc C computer address book worst virus CNN Microsoft. Viruses are annoying. yeah totally annoying. But have you met the one of the most dangerous virus classified by popular giants like Microsoft. The forwarded email warns of a new virus that comes in an email with an attachment called "Black in the White House," "Invitation" or "Olympic Torch. Scammers are once again pushing the "Olympic Torch" e-mail hoax, this time with a Facebook twist. Usually with the subject "Invitation. Apart from the insertion of the word FACEBOOK, this is practically identical to the venerable Invitation/Olympic Torch virus hoax, which in its.