Make a search for jdbgmgr.exe on Google and you'll get the info you should
have had BEFORE you sent this message..
At 18:58 2003-02-21 , you wrote:
>BlankA virus has been passed to me by an email that I received from a
>friend recently. My computer in turn was affected. Since you are in my
>address book there is a good chance you will find it in your computer too.
>I followed the directions below, found the virus, and eradicated the
>The virus (called jdbgmgr.exe) is not detected by Norton or McAfee
>Anti-virus systems. I had just updated my Norton yesterday before
>receiving the following message and even with the latest update the
>virus was not found. The virus sits quietly for 14 days before damaging
>the system. It is sent automatically by messenger and by the address
>book whether or not you sent emails to your contacts.
>Here is how you check for the virus and get rid of it.
>1. Go to start, find or search option.
>2. In the file/folders option, type the name: jdbgmgr.exe
>3. Be sure to search your C: drive and all the subfolders and any other
>drives you may have.
>4. Click "find now"
>5. The virus has a teddy bear icon with the name jdbgmgr.exe.DO NOT OPEN IT
>6. Go to edit (on the menu bar), choose "select all" to highlight the file
>without opening it.
>7. Now go to the file (on the menu bar) and select delete. It will then
>the recycle bin.
>IF YOU FIND THIS VIRUS, YOU MUST CONTACT ALL THE PEOPLE IN YOUR ADDRESS BOOK
>SO THEY CAN ERADICATE IT IN THEIR OWN ADDRESS BOOKS.
>To do this:
>(a) Open a new e-mail message
>(b) Click on the icon of the address book next to the "TO"
>(c) Highlight every name and add to "BCC"
>(d) Copy this message above and paste to e-mail.
>(e) Enter subject
>My apologies to those of you who have received this message! This is
>apparently a real situation, based on the fact that I found the file
>mentioned during the "search."
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