This attachment is infected with Download.Ject.D, a trojan horse. Our
central virus servers have pushed out virus definitions which detect this
More information about this trojan horse is available at:
Please contact the CIT Helpline (UVM Help Desk) or your department's IT
staff if applicable regarding questions or problems resulting from
Download.Ject.D. Please note that this is the busiest time of year for IT
support staff, so you may experience delay in response.
On Tue, 31 Aug 2004, Stefanie Ploof wrote:
> A rash of emails with attachments called fotos.zip have arrived to campus.
> Please don't open the attachments as they are highly likely to be infected
> with something to infect your computer. The attachments are now being
> blocked at the email gateway, but any sent before this time will be
> I will include more information as it is available, but currently none of
> the antivirus companies are advertising that they know about this threat.