Re: [stella] OT: Disguised as Stella mail

Subject: Re: [stella] OT: Disguised as Stella mail
From: Russ Perry Jr <slapdash@xxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 25 Mar 2003 18:02:13 -0600
Erik Eid <eeid@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>Did anyone else get an e-mail message titled "Have an excite Lady Day" from 

I haven't seen such a thing...

>It has a couple of attachments: add.scr and bookmarks.html.  My Linux setup 
>claims that ".scr" is an audio file, but I'm betting it's a Windows screen 
>saver.  It's also suspicious because if you view it as text, you'll find a 
>reference to "FindNextFileA," definitely a Windows API call.

Suspicious nothing -- it's a virus, or it's spyware.

>Was this a legitimate message or was it a virus or spam masquerading as Stella 
>mail?  (Granted, it's not Stella listserv, but it's close!)

This is not -- I repeat NOT -- a legitimate message.  Messages will always
come from, and if that ever changes, I'll let you know.

If anyone else got that, for goodness sakes don't open the attachments!
||  Russ Perry Jr   2175 S Tonne Dr #114   Arlington Hts IL 60005  ||
||  847-952-9729    slapdash@xxxxxxx [NEW!]  VIDEOGAME COLLECTOR!  ||
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