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The warning is a hoax according to the anti-virus software
McAffee. We checked with another source,
Sophos Naked Security, who advises not to forward such emails just because
the say so. Sophos also pointed out that the false warning claimed that it was
verified by Snopes, which actually said it was a hoax.
This warning has been around since about 2010 and comes in various forms because someone took the body of the warning and changed the name of the attachment.
If you get such a warning, respond to the sender, tell him that it is a hoax.
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