Tuesday, February 03, 2009

Take that V-Day

Email received from our IT team this morning:
We have become aware of public reports of malicious code circulating via spam email messages related to Valentine's Day. These messages contain a link to a website that contains several images of hearts and instructs users to choose one image. If users click on one of the images, they will be prompted to download an executable file. Reports indicate that the executable files could be named: youandme.exe, onlyyou.exe, you.exe, and meandyou.exe (please note that these file names may change at any time). If users accept the download, malicious code may be installed onto their systems. We encourage users to be aware of these type scams during the occasional holidays and if ever in doubt, don’t.

My response:
If this isn't a lesson to folks to stop perpetuating this ridiculous "celebration" of so-called "love" in a manner that is both exclusive and irritating to many, then they deserve to have their computers devoured by V-Day viruses. *insert maniacal laughter*



2 comments:

William said...

What kind of Diabolical Villain would make a computer virus like that?

Oh, wait. Nix, when did do you learn to code?

The Pixy Princess said...

Muuuhhhahahahahaha (my best DV laugh)

And Sir, I do think its rich that YOU are lecturing me on DV behaviour! ;)

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