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Wats this attachment????


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rand0m.bullet

This morning as i ussully do i decieded to check my hotmail to my surprise i saw an email From (UNKNOWN) and no subject line

My first thoughts was a virus cause i just finished reading the news about the new Virus

Heres a pic of the 30k attachment

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rand0m.bullet

i didn't

How could i fake dat???

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Prash

well duh!, get a screenshot, copy teh banner change the banner paste it, put nine before MSN!

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rand0m.bullet

heres my inbox

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rand0m.bullet

it was sent to me last nite when i was asleep

And i just got on about 20 mins ago (9.00am AU)

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rand0m.bullet

the only way i can proove it is to download the attachment and post it here or giv u access to my hotmail

which i won't do cause of the title in ur nick

giv me ur email and i'll send it to ya

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rand0m.bullet

delete the msg

its a W32/Hybris.gen@MM Virus

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Prash

I don't really think a virus would make your hotmail look different.

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rand0m.bullet

oh u fink dat ... lol

No man if u live in australia thats how the hotmail is

nineMSN is Australia's MSN

www.ninemsn.com

I was posting cause i didn't kno wat the attachment was

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ElGato

Why is his hotmail different, looks just like mine

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Steven P.

PrashNet stop taunting lol! :D

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Prash

NO, it aint the virus, but i heard soem hackers hacked MS, so they prolly put those banners, interesting....

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Prash

well duh!, the banner looks different, i don't think MS would put such crap.

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rand0m.bullet

they put ads in windows messenger.... :mad:

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Prash

no thats on MSN not on WIndows Messenger. teh difference is Windows Messenger like sending keys and info about your pc. Your windows serial is sent to ms, they generate it and they know what install key you used. If you use Tweak XP and change ur windows serial to 0's they won't catch u if you have a illegal version of WinXP. I Once had a beta version of WInXP and i got a call from teh police. Later on, on build 2542 i made this crappy stuff and i was fine, now i have devils0wns, anyways. Lets getta outa this topic of Windows Msg sending keys.

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Binary

Hmmmm I have gotten alot of wierd emails lately I just delete them, but they usually have no msg except RE:

and are from various people, and usually include a .pif or .scr file, so I figure their virii of some sort *shrug*

*edit* btw this is in my hotmail account :)

Never dload anything you arnt 100% sure about! :)

Chris

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Faction

lol.. obviously very faked..

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Matrox

omg...you guys think you know everything.....it is the hybris worm. the hybris worm send emails with no headers or information at all, and the attachment name is randomly generated....and what is faked about that screen shot. i see nothing at all to suggest it is faked.

-Matrox

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kintamanate

Yknow what, I'm going to say, a friend of mine, got a similar e-mail

from (unknown). subject (none). they opened the e-mail and e-mail basically looked exactly the same as turkies, only diff is that there wasnt displaying that weird ass banner he has. and there was no attachment.

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rand0m.bullet

its just a ad thats been there since i signed up for my account wats wrong???

Everyone i kno has that in there email its probbly ninemsn making some extra $$$

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