I just had one get in through in a email corrupted my hole system everything shut down.
nasty bundlepac just full of shit to stink up my computor had to reinstal windows and we all know how long that takes. God i sometimes just want to through it in the Atlantic!!!-----Original Message-----
There is a fake Hallmark e-card mail circulating that contains a
download link that really points to a trojan infected executable. At
least one of my users has received it, though she failed to save it for
The e-mail looks perfectly legitimate, but if you move your cursor over
the link (without clicking on it, of course) you can see that it points
to a Windows executable file (e.g.
.exe, .com, .bat, .scr, or .reg extension) and not to a .html or .php
page. Also, if you check the mail headers it should be obvious it's not
from Hallmark, but few people do that.
There's a short blurb about it here, including the server IP:
The spreading of viruses in this fashion is becoming more popular now
that many sites block transfer of executable files in e-mail -- even the
best firewalls and mail scanners can't protect you from downloading a
virus through your browser.
If I get more info (like a virus name) I'll pass it along.