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I just put up my RH 8.0 server. And now I already got this bitchy little virus... I've had it before, and it's a bad one... But I never heard of it and the research I do, I don't get anything... This is what it does. It creates a Thumbs.db and it makes a million *.eml files... And when you try to delete it it just seems like it multiplies... Norton doesn't even pick up the virus. I can delete it but then it always seems to come back, can anyone give me some advice? I'd greatly appreciate it...
Yeah, it's a bad virus... What it does is that it takes a bunch of files in you computer and makes it into a .eml... ie, I had a file named events.txt and then I started getting a million events.eml and I had a file called andy.txt, then I started getting a bunch of andy.eml... I was starting to think that it was stored in my BIOS since I've formatted so many times... Did any of y'all think that could be it? And I might have to reinstall RedHat... While I'm here, what is the command to delete a folder with all it's contents? Because whenever I use rmdir it always says that I need to delete everything in there... What's the command to just delete everything in there?