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Dear Histonetters: If your computer has been "infected" by JDBGMGR.EXE,
PLEASE DISOBEY THE ADVISE TO ELIMINATE IT AND DON'T DELETE THIS FILE.
Such "virus"has been circulating through the Web since a few weeks ago, but
I must inform you all that IT IS A FALSE VIRUS. JDBGMGR.EXE is in fact an
indispensable Windows file maliciously and artificially spread by the
So please carefully read the following legends and record them in your
JDBGMGR.EXE is in fact within your computers and it is absolutely harmless.
THE RISK OF THIS SITUATION CONSISTS OF ELIMINATING A FILE BELONGING TO OUR
MACHINES FOLLOWING THE ADVISE OF SOMEONE ABSOLUTELY UNKNOWN TO US, OR AT
LEAST SOMEONE LACKING THE CORRESPONDING OFFICIAL FEEDBACK OR REFERENCES.
JDBGMGR.EXE is present in all machines endowed with Internet Explorer 4.0 or
newer IE versions; It is installed by default in Windows 98 or newer W
versions. In fact it belongs to "Debugger Register for Java".
If you receive JDBGMGR.EXE as an attachment, don't open it. Such
non-requested file or any other one may be infected, but it is quite
different to receive an infected file from having a supposed infected file
for a long time within your PC.
No undetectable viruses exist, so it is contradictory to beleive that "The
virus (called jdbgmgr.exe) is not detected by Norton or McAfee anti-virus
systems or by our Grisoft system. So it probably isn't
detected by any of the others either". If we know the virus to be within a
precise file, antivirus have certainly been aware of this fact in advance,
so they needn't wait for14 days to receive this news!!
If we decide to delete a file without knowing about it, the consequences
will be likely worse than the expected results. Such file could be essential
for Windows so its irresponsible deletion could completely block the
Whenever we get an e-mail asking us to re-send it, we should do exactly the
opposite, otherwise we would be behaving as the virus itself!! Re-submitting
such posting to our Address Book's contacts would be behaving as an actual
Visit any of the following links on the current topics:
Agustin Jose Venzano Halliburton
DVM- Pathology Group
INTA Castelar, Argentina
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