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  • Subject: Re: [NAFEX] Nasty New Virus (of crab apples?)
  • Date: Thu, 2 Oct 2003 18:51:16 -0400

Speaking of viruses, has anyone else noticed unhealthy appearance in crab apples? Most of the local crab apple trees are losing their leaves. The leaves never turned color, and the domestic apples all still have green leaves (even the domestic apple branches grafted onto my crab.) I'm a little worried, because almost all of the crab apples around town look the way my other one did the fall before it died - which I attributed to a virus at the time. Some of the leaves are brown, others are green but dried up, and many have already dropped.

Hoping it's just fall,

On Thursday, October 2, 2003, at 04:45 PM, Doreen Howard wrote:

Do NOT under any circumstances open email attachments today. A new virus
called "Q-Host One" was unleashed last night, and it takes over your
computer. My ISP tells me that patches or fixes are not up and running yet.
It's a Trojan horse and will take over your Internet browser, always sending
you to a small domain in Houston, TX, which is overloaded, of course. You
won't be able to access anything on the web.
Doreen Howard

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