[clug] ALERT: Email you sent may have contained a virus

Andrew Boyd facibus at gmail.com
Wed Apr 16 04:37:22 GMT 2008

OK... fess up... who sent the virus to Juno using a spoofed CLUG address?

(...for the benefit of the thick... this is irony, sort of) :)

On Wed, Apr 16, 2008 at 8:00 AM, Juno Customer Care <
security at support.juno.com> wrote:

> An email message you recently sent to Juno Customer Care may have been
> infected with a virus and therefore this potentially harmful message has not
> been delivered.
> For Juno Customer Care, please visit http://www.juno.com/support. If you
> subscribe to a Juno premium service such as SpeedBand, Platinum or MegaMail,
> you can contact Customer Care using the online form at
> http://www.juno.com/pat. A reply will be sent to the email address you
> provide.
> Juno is serious about protecting users from harmful computer viruses. You
> can protect yourself and others from computer viruses by installing
> anti-virus software on your computer and checking for periodic updates as
> directed by the software manufacturer. For more information about how Juno
> protects you, why you are receiving this email and how you can protect
> yourself from viruses, visit http://www.juno.com/antivirus.
> Sincerely,
> Juno Customer Care
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Andrew Boyd

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