Messages that seem to came from Rainer (was: Re: [ RadSafe ] lethalamount of Po-210)
Vernig, Peter G.
Peter.Vernig at va.gov
Fri Dec 1 09:01:56 CST 2006
I'm glad to hear it.
They looked suspicious and after all the problems that have occurred
with viruses, my only concern was that it was the result of one.
I may have been over cautious but I think it is better to be that way
than the converse.
Thanks to you and Rad Lab for keeping this list going.
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Veterans Affairs, or the US Government.
Peter G. Vernig, Radiation Safety Officer, MS-115, VA Eastern Colorado
Health Care System, 1055 Clermont St. Denver, CO 80220,
peter.vernig at va.gov, Phone= 303.399.8020 x2447; Fax = 303.393.5026,
alternate fax, 303.393.5248
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From: radsafe-bounces at radlab.nl [mailto:radsafe-bounces at radlab.nl] On
Behalf Of Marcel Schouwenburg
Sent: Friday, December 01, 2006 6:15 AM
To: J.Marshall Reber
Subject: Messages that seem to came from Rainer (was: Re: [ RadSafe ]
lethalamount of Po-210)
Yesterday (November 30) you have received about 10 or so messages from
RadSafe that seemed to come / originate from Rainer. They contained two
attachments and all had a timestamp (at least on my system) of 20:23 h.
This was obviously not a normal situation. Up to now I'm not sure yet
what caused this situation but I've managed to restore the situation to
normal and the server is not sending out these messages again.
As far as I could determine the messages came from the listsoftware on
the radlab.nl server and I don't think it was caused by something on
Rainers side (so do not blame him please!). The attachments only contain
the textbody of the messages that Rainer originally send at an earlier
stage to RadSafe. Although the attachments only contain harmless text I
advise you to delete these messages and not open the attachments (at
least not on Windows systems). Messages coming from RadSafe should
normally have no attachments, since they are not allowed, except for
I'm sorry for any inconvenience caused by this.
With kind regards,
Head / Lecturer Training Centre Delft / RadSafe moderator & listowner
National Centre for Radiation Protection (Dutch abbr. NCSV)
Faculty of Applied Sciences / Reactor Institute Delft
Delft University of Technology
NL - 2629 JB DELFT
Phone +31 (0)15 27 86575
Fax +31 (0)15 27 81717
email m.schouwenburg at tudelft.nl
J.Marshall Reber wrote:
> On my Mac the first attachment seems to be only a text copy of the
> letter to Eric Goldin sent out at 10:27:08 AM EST; whereas the
> second seems to be a very short text of "AdmID:
> 2DC9BB3DF2BF59D8EBBE7705C0783C57" ???
> On Nov 30, 2006, at 4:41 PM, Vernig, Peter G. wrote:
>> I have just received a message from Rainer and he is not responsible
>> the text less messages with attachments so I STRONGLY SUGGEST YOU NOT
>> OPEN THE ATTACHMENTS. If you have you may want to use some
>> antivirus/spyware software or notify your computer people.
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