Chalk another up to NOD32

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by Grumble, Jan 22, 2006.

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  1. Grumble

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    I’ve been receiving infected emails all weekend from a relatively small/obscure company I had done business with over a year ago - evidently their computer system has contracted a worm, attempting to propagate by sending various messages with various attachments to their entire email list. My internet provider uses Symantec to check emails, and passes the infected attachments through without a peep, but IMON alerts immediately and stops them dead in their tracks - Win32/VB.NEI worm. Good job ESET!
     
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    Oh my! I hadn’t seen that thread. Yes, same nasty critter. Reminds me of why I scan incoming email even though my ISP already does so! :cool: :D
     
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