Caitlin Grey (foenix) wrote,
Caitlin Grey

A Unique Warning.

This is definitely one of the more unique virus warnings I've ever seen, from the Digital Bits website.

" Here's a wacky first for DVD - it seems that you might want to think twice before you pop Warner's new Powerpuff Girls: Meet the Beat-Alls DVD into your PC DVD-ROM drive. The discs are all infected with the W32.FunLove.4099 virus. No kidding - I've scanned it myself with Norton AntiVirus and it's definitely there. Warner is aware of the problem and is repressing the discs. There will likely be a recall, and some way for people to exchange their infected copies, although the studio is still working out exactly how this will happen. In the meantime, DO NOT insert the disc in your DVD-ROM drive. If you have already, you should immediately scan your computer for viruses. And if you've got a copy of the disc, we recommend that you return it as defective to the retailer where you purchased it right away."

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