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The majority of the e-mails I currently receive are showing that an extra file, ATT1.txt is attached. Clearly this is not a good file, as it has come in specifically attached to obvious virus mails, hoever most anti-virus programs I have tried have not even noticed it. I never open it, so virus scans show negative, but I want to know whether I can get rid of it or whether this is just a widespread virus attached to everyones e-mails. Has anybody any suggestions?

I'm running incredimail, with AVG anti-virus and Zone Alarms firewall, and I'm behind a router firewall as well.
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Yup, it is a virus.
Hope u have'nt opened that files whenever it arrives in an email.
If u did make visit at our Malware Forums.
U should also alert the senders of the email, that they have a virus infection on their PC.
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