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  • tubedogg
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    Humm....I never saw that option before! WOOHOO no more stuck email! YAY!

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  • Kaizen
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    Sorry, i mean't "Repair then silently delete if unsuccessfull"

    Does that still bring up the warning ?

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  • tubedogg
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    Originally posted by Kaizen
    Yeah, I just found it.

    In the options under "Email and Internet" their is an option that says:

    "How to respond when an infected email is found?"

    And their is a bullet point option that says:

    "Repair and then delete is unsuccessfull.


    Hope this helps
    That still throws up a "We fixed it" type message that you have to hit close on for email downloading to continue. really annoying when you're not around...

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  • rapspits
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    run updates. Block the emailer(s) .

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  • nuno
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    i've been getting tons of these emails also
    Code:
    ****** Message from InterScan E-Mail VirusWall NT ******
    
    ** WARNING! Attached file plugin .exe contains:
    
         WORM_KLEZ.H virus
    
       It has been deleted.
    *****************     End of message     ***************

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  • Mike Sullivan
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    Yay! I just had to remove this (Klez.H) from my mom/dad's computer yesterday. Not fun -- the wink*.exe file would delete itself whenever I went into DOS and I assume just stick a registry entry into to another program.

    Had to get the process viewer off of MSVC++ (which has the abilities to kill processes) to remove it.

    I'm not kidding here: my parent's computer is legitimately too old to run Norton AV. It apparently requires Win 95B (they have 95A).

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  • WizyWyg
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    Yeah the email is then quarantined. you have to go to Nortons site to get a patch so that you can delete it. Be careful if you have Win Xp. They have isntructions at the site.

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  • Chen
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    Already have that checked, but when it fails to repair it it asks me what to do.

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  • Kaizen
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    Yeah, I just found it.

    In the options under "Email and Internet" their is an option that says:

    "How to respond when an infected email is found?"

    And their is a bullet point option that says:

    "Repair and then delete is unsuccessfull.


    Hope this helps

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  • Kaizen
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    Originally posted by FireFly
    Yeah Norton warns me as well. I'm just sick and tired of deleting it 20 times a day.
    Isn't their a setting somewhere is Norton where you can automatically deleted incoming infected emails ?

    I'll see if I can find it.

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  • Chen
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    Yeah Norton warns me as well. I'm just sick and tired of deleting it 20 times a day.

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  • Kaizen
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    When I get these emails Norton tells me that its this virus:

    http://www.symantec.com/avcenter/ven...klez.h@mm.html

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  • Chen
    started a topic I hope you would like it.

    I hope you would like it.

    WTF is this virus? I've been getting tons of it for the last 3 or 4 days.

    This is a patch. I hope you would like it.
    This is a card. I hope you would like it.
    This is a screensaver. I hope you would like it.

    ARRGH
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