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    [Computer virus strikes the HCMA]

    Author: Lisa Salberg (---.dyn.optonline.net)

    Date: 08-16-02 14:13

    Please be advised that the HCMA's computer had been infected with the KLEZ virus. If you think you may have the KLEZ virus you should visit the Symantec (or other virus software co) website and download the appropriate tools to remove it from your system.

    If you remove the virus promptly you should not encounter serious problems.

    KLEZ is a virus that is very trick and can sneak into your computer even if you have virus protection software. It is well advised to update your virus software with the latest patches availalbe (for free) from the software company that makes your program.

    If you have recieved emails from the HCMA it does not mean you will have the virus, however it would be well advised to run a virus scan on your computer.

    Computers are a wonderful...thing ;-(
    NOTE: This is a post from the previous forum message board.

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