PPPindia PPP Infotech PPPshar GetAgain MailAssistant

netmailshar - SMTP/POP3 Mail server
Multiple mailboxes with one Internet account.
Email virus protection for your entire network.
Auto-dial/disconnection, scheduled mail sending and receiving.
Email archiving, monitoring, filtering and much more..
Free Download Email server for Virus-free Internet and Intranet email communication Buy Now
Product info
Virus Prevention
Virus News
Contact us

Affiliate Program
Great business opportunity for web hosting, domain registration & email providers, ISPs webmasters & website owners. Click here. Got a website ? Owning a mailing list ? Click here to make money.

Virus News

May 9,2001: Homepage worm - The worm, known to virus experts as VBS.VBSWG2, and dubbed Homepage, has been reported at scores of companies, according to antivirus vendors who say it is likely to hit more firms today. The e-mail spreading the worm claims to contain a page that is guaranteed to become the next Internet craze. It has the subject line "Homepage", and the message, "Hi! You've got to see this page. It's really cool ;o)".

March 17, 2001: Magistr Virus - Magistr is a polymorphic virus from Sweden that is capable of mass mailing itself to addresses found within the Windows Address Book, Outlook, and Netscape address books as well as to addresses found in e-mail within these mailboxes. The subject and body of the infected e-mail changes, using file names found on the infected computer. Magistr may send more than one .exe file as an attachment, and may also send non-infected attachments.

March 07, 2001: NakedWife Virus - This is a HIGH RISK virus that is spreading rapidly via email program Outlook. The infected email can come from addresses that you recognize. Attached is a file named NakedWife.exe, which poses as a Flash movie. The email message can appear as follows:
Subject: Fw: Naked Wife
Body: My wife never look like that! ;-)
Best regards, (sender's name)
Attachment: NakedWife.exe
When run, it copies itself to a TEMP directory and displays a window entitled "Flash" which reads "JibJab loading". It then attempts to delete all .BMP, .COM, .DLL, .EXE, .INI, and .LOG files in the WINDOWS and WINDOWS\SYSTEM directories and emails itself to all recipients in the Windows Address Book using Microsoft Outlook.

February 12, 2001 : AnnaKornikova Email Virus - This new Windows virus is spreading RAPIDLY across the Internet. If you get an email message with the subject line "Here you have, ;o)" and the message contains an attachment "AnnaKornikova.jpg" or "AnnaKornikova.jpg.vbs," DO NOT OPEN THE ATTACHMENT. Delete the message and inform the person you received the message from that their computer is infected with this computer virus. If you do open the attachment, the virus will mail itself out to everyone in your Windows address book

February 01, 2001 : Password-Stealing Virus Hits AOL - Members of America Online are being warned to be on the lookout for a Trojan horse virus that can steal their passwords, potentially giving a hacker access to their e-mail and other personal information. A Trojan virus is a malicious program that arrives disguised as a harmless application but carries a nasty payload. The AOL Trojan horse takes the form of an attachment named "mine.zip" and spreads itself through e-mail bearing the subject line "hey you." Text in the body of the message suggests the attachment contains scanned images.

February 08, 2001 : McAfee Maps Viruses Around the World - New 'real-time' online map allows users to view global trends and anticipate outbreaks. You know that computer viruses can spread around the world. Now you can actually see their path. Visit McAfee website for more info.


  • The number one method of virus intrusion is through E-mail - Gone are the days when viruses were spread through the sharing of floppy disks.
  • The majority of virus infections taking place these days are macro and VBScript viruses and the number one method of intrusion is through email attachments.
  • According a recent survey - 64 percent of companies fell victim to a virus attack in the past 12 months, up from 53 percent the previous year.
  • In the U.S. alone, viruses hit 69 percent of companies, about four times as many as that of the next-highest category of security breach: unauthorized network entry.
  • In 1999, 56% of all viruses were spread by email. In comparison, the numbers for previous years are: 1998-32%; 1997-26%; 1996-9%.
  • Over 50% of respondents reported corrupted files due to virus infection. Over 65% of respondents reported lost productivity due to virus infection


  • LoveLetter
  • APStrojan.qa
  • Kak
  • Navidad
  • W95/MTX
  • Hybris
  • W97M/Marker
  • W32/Prolin
  • W95/CIH
  • W97M/Ethan

netMailshar email server offers total protection against email viruses. You can prevent AnnaKornikova, Love Letter, MTX, Prolin, KAK viruses and all its variants from entering your network. Use netMailshar Now !

PPP Infotech Home PPPshar
Internet sharing software
Resume broken downloads
Speaking Email notifier
Copyright 2000 PPP Infotech Ltd. All rights reserved.