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this is the latest version of security update,
the "September 2003, Cumulative Patch"
update which eliminates all known security
vulnerabilities affecting MS Internet Explorer,
MS Outlook and MS Outlook Express. Install now to
continue keeping your computer secure from these
vulnerabilities, the most serious of which could
allow an malicious user to run executable on your
system. This update includes the functionality of
all previously released patches.
| System requirements
| This update applies
Explorer, version 4.01 and later
MS Outlook, version 8.00 and later
MS Outlook Express, version 4.01 and later
install the patch at the earliest opportunity.
| How to install
||Run attached file.
Choose Yes on displayed dialog box.
| How to use
||You don't need to
do anything after installing this item.
|Microsoft Product Support
Services and Knowledge Base articles can be found
on the Microsoft Technical Support
web site. For security-related information about
Microsoft products, please visit the Microsoft
Security Advisor web site, or Contact
Thank you for using Microsoft products.
Please do not reply to this
message. It was sent from an unmonitored e-mail
address and we are unable to respond to any
The names of the actual
companies and products mentioned herein are the
trademarks of their respective owners.
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Don't be fooled
by the fact that it links to Microsoft. It's not from Microsoft!
Remember: Microsoft don't send out messages to you like this!
They don't send spam, and they never address you anonymously as
"Microsoft Customer", and even though we are not keen
on Microsoft and don't like the way they build operating systems,
they are not guilty of sending out these messages!
The message is a
VIRUS (the attached file being harmful), and if you have been
taken in by it and run the executable attachment, then you'll
need to get some antivirus software to clean your computer. Best of luck!
This page is
part of Zyra's
and Zyra.info. The hoaxers have sent
us LOADS of these Microsoft hoax messages! We don't know who sent
them, but we're not impressed. Also see useful tips on
avoiding catching a virus
Yet Another Microsoft Hoax! See Windows XP Service Pack 1 (Express) -