The Virus Of The Anti-Christ

Email hoaxes aren’t just about missing children.

Some of the more commonly received hoaxes warn of non-existent viruses, like the ‘AntiChrist’ virus listed below –



It has just been discovered a new virus that has been classified for Microsoft and for Mcafee like the most destructive of all times.

This virus was discovered yesterday and is known with the name of ANTICHRIST, it has not been discovered an antivirus for it, it simply destroys the furrow zero of the hard disk, where vital information for its operation are kept.

It works in the following way:

1. It sends itself to all the names of your address book with the title: “SURPRISE?!!!!!!!!!!

2. In the moment that it is installed it destroys the furrow zero and in this way it destroys forever the hard disk. Please send this E-mail to the most possible people, in case of receiving an e-mail with subject “SURPRISE?!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!”!, make yourself get advise from an expert because it has auto-install capacity.

Quite what the original writer of such a virus hoax gets out of it, I am not sure.

Anyone got any ideas???

About Lee Munson

Lee's non-technical background allows him to write about internet security in a clear way that is understandable to both IT professionals and people just like you who need simple answers to your security questions.


  1. I thought this post would be much more interesting by its title…. oh well. 😈

  2. ❓ I thought I was doing great!

  3. You and I could win the internet flirts award!

  4. ha ha now that’s a bold comment to make!

  5. I got you worried, didn’t I?You must have realized I am not so dumb after all.

  6. I sent you a mail – did you get it?

  7. I knew it! 😆

  8. What an excellent picture, totally evil. I like it.


  1. […] Unfortunately, however, the majority of these emailed messages are not true, they are virus hoaxes. […]

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