[Esa-l] Just received this new mutation overnight.

Chris Payne cpayne at pr.uoguelph.ca
Tue Feb 20 08:40:47 PST 2001

The multiple extension attachments continues.  It is no wonder that
our email servers are becoming more and more busy (CPU wise)
when we receive so much of this stuff.

Thanks again to John. It is hard to believe that we have been
so vulnerable in the past.

- Chris Payne

[ SNIP ]

Date: Mon, 19 Feb 2001 22:54:22 -0500
Content-Type: TEXT/PLAIN;
X-Content-Security: NOTIFY
X-Content-Security: REPORT: Trapped poisoned executable "YOU_are_FAT!.TXT.pif"
X-Content-Security: QUARANTINE
Content-Description: SECURITY WARNING
The mail system has detected that the following
attachment may contain hazardous executable code,
is a suspicious file type or has a suspicious file name.
Contact your system administrator immediately!
Content-Type: application/octet-stream; name="YOU_are_FAT!.TXT.18919DEFANGED-pif"
Content-Transfer-Encoding: base64
Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="YOU_are_FAT!.TXT.18919DEFANGED-pif"

[ SNIP ]	

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Chris Payne 
Network Administrator
Physical Resources Dept, 
University of Guelph
(519)824-4120  x2882
cpayne at pr.uoguelph.ca

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