Author Topic: Seeker-I and Kak-B in eudora  (Read 3207 times)

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markhr

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Seeker-I and Kak-B in eudora
« on: July 01, 2004, 06:46:09 PM »
In some of my Eudora mailboxes I found Seeker-I and Kak-B virus.  

I would rather not delete the whole mailbox as there are emails in there I want to keep.  I tried removing all the ones with attachments but the virus is still there.  I tried creating new mailboxes and slowly moving emails out of the infected one and testing but  I have not been able to identify the particular email.  It seems like there is more than one virus.  

Is there a way that I can scan within the mailbox and locate just the infected emails?

thanks
Mark

whocares

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Re:Seeker-I and Kak-B in eudora
« Reply #1 on: July 01, 2004, 11:26:00 PM »
Hi,

the avast report/log should clarify things:
in the full path of the infected file, you might even find the emails subject, thus you can identify it..

If not, try this:
a)
read up the virus description and try to identify the mails via size/subject; Link to "VirusInfo" below in my Sig.

b)
- backup(copy) your mailbox(es)
- then try Online www.bitdefender.com

with emailscan & autoclean enabled; pause avast shields for this..

 ;)