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New virus talks to you while doing damage!


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Major Payne

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P2P Trojan Makes PC Talk, Laugh at You, While Erasing Hard Drive


zeropaid.com -- "You have been infected I repeat you have been infected and your system files have been deleted -- Sorry, have a nice day and bye bye." If your computer starts talking to you and tells you that you are infected and your files have been deleted, it's no joke, you have just been infected by the BotVoice.A Trojan.

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If you'd like to hear what it sounds like, click here. That's from Panda software's site.
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blah! normal system voice...yech!
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:whistling: reminds me of the time a computer started talking then shut off in my school library (then booted back up normally by the next person who used it), still don't know what that was.
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haha that voice always makes me laugh
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flea observes all this from his computer running linux, sometimes he misses windows, somehow one does not seem to learn as much as when ones computer is really challenged by malware

Edited by fleamailman, 26 July 2007 - 08:00 AM.

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I think that would probably scare the [bleep] out of me if my computer just started talking to me randomly when I had no idea that anything was wrong.
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