If anyone else has received an email with the subject line "The Garden
of Eden" which appears to originate from my
address, I hope that I don't need to tell you that I didn't send it.
I've received one email from a perplexed recipient already, but I'm
reluctant to reply directly to the sender in case it's an even more
byzantine spamming attempt.
The email is most likely from a sender who is unknowingly infected with
This virus can
the "From:" address using an entry in the address book of an infected
user. So if any of you have my email address in your address book (and
you are devil-may-care enough to use MS
LookOut Outlook), perhaps
you might think about giving your hard drive a quick once-over with an
This has been a Bsag Computer Safety Announcement. "Charlie says 'Don't play with viruses'."^1^
^1^ Google has failed me. I made a valiant attempt to provide an explanatory link for those who weren't watching UK television in the 1970s, and were therefore not exposed to Charlie the Cat's unintelligible pronouncements about the utter foolishness of playing on railway lines. A Bsag Brownie Point goes to the first person providing a link...