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There is another new Virus making the rounds late last night into today.

This is spreading extremely quickly, and your Anti-Virus software may not have updated to catch it at this time. The Virus has the following characteristics:

A MyDoom e-mail spoofs its sender so that it appears to come from one of your friends, contacts, or a credible institutions such as a bank or phone company. The Subject is randomized. So far we´ve seen the variations below:

* hi

* hello


* error

* Mail Delivery System

* Mail Transaction Failed

* Server Report

* status

* test

* Test

* Server Request

MyDoom´s body is also random. So far we

know of these three variations:

* The message cannot be represented in 7-bit ASCII encoding

and has been sent as a binary attachment.

* The message contains Unicode characters and has been sent as

a binary attachment.

* Mail transaction failed. Partial message is available.

MyDoom uses random attachments that try to look like documents. It

uses the following extensions:

* .exe

* .scr

* .pif

* .cmd

* .bat

* .zip

If you receive one of these messages, please delete is ASAP, and do not open the attachment. It´s expected the Anti-Virus vendors to have this one into there products today sometime.