There's a new virus spamming the world. The Anna virus (also known as VBS/SST, Kalamar, and OnTheFly) got off to a fast start Monday morning, spreading even more quickly than last year's dreaded the "I Love You" worm. However, variants of Anna (which capitalized on the popularity of 19-year-old Russian tennis player Anna Kournikova) failed to add momentum to the worm's spread. Like the I Love You virus, Anna is a mass mailer: once you open the attachment, it spawns new messages containing the virus and sends them off to everyone listed in your Microsoft Outlook address book. Consequently, Anna has the capacity to overload e-mail servers.
This new VBS virus arrives via e-mail with the following information:
Subject: Here you have, ;o)
Body: Hi: Check This!
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