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----------------------- This e-mail is generated by the titan.andinet.com mail server to warn you that the e-mail sent by <not disclosed> to <not disclosed> is infected with virus: HTML/IFrame_Exploit*. Please contact your system administrator for further information. If you are the sender: ------------------- The scanned e-mail has your address in the <From> header field. Either your computer is infected or someone's computer having your e-mail address in the address book has been infected. (Please note that some viruses are sending e-mails directly from your computer. Our advise is to check your computer using an up-to-date antivirus product). If you are the ...

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    This e-mail is generated by the titan.andinet.com mail server to warn you that the e-mail
    sent by <not disclosed> to <not disclosed> is infected with virus: HTML/IFrame_Exploit*.

    Please contact your system administrator for further information.

    If you are the sender:
    -------------------
    The scanned e-mail has your address in the <From> header field. Either your
    computer is infected or someone's computer having your e-mail address in
    the address book has been infected.

    (Please note that some viruses are sending e-mails directly from your computer.
    Our advise is to check your computer using an up-to-date antivirus product).

    If you are the receiver:
    ---------------------
    Please contact the sender: most likely he/she doesn't know he/she has a computer virus.

    Actions taken for the infected files:
    -------------------------------------


    The infected file was saved to quarantine with name: 1059159838-RAV9367.
    The file (part0000:)->(IFRAME0000) attached to mail (with subject:Cellpadding) sent by <not disclosed> to <not disclosed>
    is infected with virus: HTML/IFrame_Exploit*.
    Cannot clean this file.
    The file was successfully deleted by RAV AntiVirus.
    The file (part0001:src.pif) attached to mail (with subject:Cellpadding) sent by <not disclosed> to <not disclosed>
    is infected with virus: Win32/Klez.Hmm.
    Cannot clean this file.
    The file was successfully deleted by RAV AntiVirus.
    ------------------------
    this is a copy of the e-mail header:

    Received: from nas01-vil-205-43.205.71.63.in-addr.arpa (HELO Gya) (63.71.205.43)
    by titan.andinet.com with SMTP; 25 Jul 2003 19:03:32 -0000


    RAV AntiVirus for Linux i386 version: 8.4.2 (snapshot-20030212)

    Scan engine 8.11 for i386.
    Last update: Fri, 11 Jul 2003 07:15:57 -05
    Scanning for 79992 malwares (viruses, trojans and worms).
    RAV AntiVirus Guest

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    Default RAV AntiVirus scan results



    -----------------------
    This e-mail is generated by the titan.andinet.com mail server to warn you that the e-mail
    sent by <not disclosed> to <not disclosed> is infected with virus: HTML/IFrame_Exploit*.

    Please contact your system administrator for further information.

    If you are the sender:
    -------------------
    The scanned e-mail has your address in the <From> header field. Either your
    computer is infected or someone's computer having your e-mail address in
    the address book has been infected.

    (Please note that some viruses are sending e-mails directly from your computer.
    Our advise is to check your computer using an up-to-date antivirus product).

    If you are the receiver:
    ---------------------
    Please contact the sender: most likely he/she doesn't know he/she has a computer virus.

    Actions taken for the infected files:
    -------------------------------------


    The infected file was saved to quarantine with name: 1059432319-RAV24537.
    The file (part0000:)->(IFRAME0000) attached to mail (with subject:Bordercolor) sent by <not disclosed> to <not disclosed>
    is infected with virus: HTML/IFrame_Exploit*.
    Cannot clean this file.
    The file was successfully deleted by RAV AntiVirus.
    The file (part0001:MEMBER.bat) attached to mail (with subject:Bordercolor) sent by <not disclosed> to <not disclosed>
    is infected with virus: Win32/Klez.Hmm.
    Cannot clean this file.
    The file was successfully deleted by RAV AntiVirus.
    ------------------------
    this is a copy of the e-mail header:

    Received: from nas01-vil-205-46.205.71.63.in-addr.arpa (HELO Qakjcpydk) (63.71.205.46)
    by titan.andinet.com with SMTP; 28 Jul 2003 22:44:50 -0000


    RAV AntiVirus for Linux i386 version: 8.4.2 (snapshot-20030212)

    Scan engine 8.11 for i386.
    Last update: Mon, 28 Jul 2003 07:37:25 -05
    Scanning for 80176 malwares (viruses, trojans and worms).
    RAV AntiVirus Guest

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