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Re: Virus hijacking Lightning calendar

On Thursday, 16 August 2018 20:26:35 UTC+2, Balaco ocalaB  wrote:
> Em 16-08-2018 07:13, Knut Welle escreveu:
> > I have been using Thunderbird for many years, mainly because it has
> > been quite safe for virus. But now I have encounter the first virus
> > in Thunderbird. I't seems like the origin of the virus comes from a
> > specific mail with the topic "Scam". The virus seems to hijack my
> > google calender and opens a dialog whenever Thunderbird is started.
> > It pretends it's a user inquiry from my ISP. It is not possible to
> > fix this by simply deleting the google calender and reinstall it. I
> > have a feeling that the add-on "Provider for Google Calendar" also is
> > infected.
> >
> > I still have the virus mail it anyone want to study it, but you will
> > have to give me instructions on how to send it to avoid spreading
> > (maybe as a zip-file or a image of the text?)
> >
> > Best regards,
> With the message opened in TB, click on menu File > Save as > File, 
> choose the option "Messafe file", which has the .eml extension (the 
> other options I have now are text and HTML files). If your email address 
> shown here is correct (is it?), I will send you a message asking for 
> that EML file. You may attach it directly, or zip, if you prefer. I can 
> check it, and maybe give you some information. Is that good for you?
> -- 
> =
>    1.a. Você quer fazer um comentário, mas não quer mostrar
>         quem você é?
>    1.b. Do you want to make a comment for me, but do not want
>         to show who you are?
>    2.a. Você pode fazê-lo aqui:
>    2.b. You may do it here:
>    https://queroouvir.sarahah.com/

Yes, my email address is correct.

Knut W
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