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eCard Virus Removal

Posted by cotojo on August 16, 2008


e-card.exe is a link embedded in an email.

The email subject is: You’ve received a greeting card.

The body reads as follows:

Good day.
You have received an eCard

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5 Responses to “eCard Virus Removal”

  1. cotojo said

    Greetin’ Cards – Thank you for your visit and comment🙂
    As advised, greeting cards do not come in the form of .exe files yet sadly many users still click the links and download malware to their computers.
    Have a great day,
    Colin

  2. Yeah, if you ever see something that wants you to confirm a download, especially greeting cards, and it ends in .exe never ever open it.

  3. cotojo said

    Maria – I emailed a response to you with some suggestions, hopefully they will have resolved your problem.
    If you are still having problems please feel free to get back to me.
    Regards,
    Colin

  4. […] eCard Virus Removal […]

  5. Maria Martinuzzi said

    I received the ecard, and symantec caught the virus. However, it didn’t stop a file from being placed on my desktop. I was cleaning up my desktop and saw this weird file and clicked on it to drag to the recycle bin, but inadvertently opened it. Now my computer restarts about every 5 minutes and I don’t know how to make it stop. Any suggestions?

    Maria Martinuzzi

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