Posted: 1/10/2003 8:58:04 AM EDT
I don't know much about PC are they trying to get me to mess my computer up? I did what it said and found it on my hard drive but under proeties it says it was created about 3 years ago and is part of java or somthing like that. Thanks alot
I was just informed that my address book has been infected with a virus.
> > checked and the virus was there. As a result, so has yours because your
> > address
> > is in my book. The virus is called jdbgmgr.exe It cannot be detected by
> > Norton
> > or McAfee anti-virus programs. It sits quietly for about 14 days before
> > damaging the system. It is sent automatically by messenger and address
> > whether or not you send email. The good news is that it is easy to get rid
> > of!
> > Just follow these simple steps and you should have no problem.
> > 1.Go to Start, then Find or Search
> > 2.In files/folders, write the name jdbgmgr.exe
> > 3.Be sure to search in you "C" drive
> > 4.Click Find or Search
> > The virus has a teddy bear logo with the name jdbgmgr.exe - DO NOT
> > 5.RIGHT click and delete it
> > 6.Go to the recycle bin and delete it there also
> > IF YOU FIND THE VIRUS, YOU MUST CONTACT EVERYONE IN YOUR ADDRESS BOOK. I
> > sincerely sorry for any inconvience.
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It's a hoax...don't delete the file. This one shows up from time to time...even tells you to look for a teddy bear icon, which you will find because it is a Windows system file.
Don't delete the file....it is not a virus.
There are several places on the web that describe this hoax, but I don't have the address...maybe someone else does and can post it.
Again, it is a hoax...it is not a virus!!
I think it is a hoax and the file is a needed file for windows.
Go to [url]http://www.symantec.com[/url]
and search for it.
i seem to remember somthing to the efect that if is important to your sys and the email is the hoax go to urban legends .com to check it out ( I thiNk)[:D]
I don't know if Windows will even [i]let[/i] you delete this, will it? And if you did, and were successful, how would you even get it back? Maybe I'm wrong.?
The weird part was after I did the search my computer started to act funny.I had to shut all the programs and start over.
The file jdbgmgr.exe is the Java Debugging Manager. Not important for Windows as such, but it's not a virus at all.
If you delete it, you can find it in of the CAB files on your Windows CD.
Crap, in a seach of our computer, we can't find it. Maybe it got deleted somewhere along the line, as we've had a few viruses to deal with in the past.[:(]
Will have to search again and make sure I typed in the right file name.
Edited to say I must have typed in the wrong letters first time. "Teddy Bear" file found.[:)]
Don't worry if you delete it, microsoft can't seem to get their java VM to work securely anyways so their always releasing updates to it.
If you keep up with critical updates, it will be re-installed within the nexdt month.
Unless your a java programmer, you don't need it anyways.