The Null Device

There's a new Windows email virus, capable of destroying files and damaging systems. This time, it's purely memetic. The SULFNBK.EXE virus consists of a warning email, warning of a dangerous and undetectable virus, hidden in a file named SULFNBK.EXE, and instructing the recipient to locate and delete this file. SULFNBK.EXE, however, is a Windows system component to do with long filenames, and deleting it does the damage. (via Plastic)

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