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#1 Jopa

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Posted 13 November 2007 - 07:25 AM

Hello all.

Me and several of my friends have some strange behaviour in our computers. All running on Win XP and Outlook express.
When a mail is sent and a single picture is included, and opened by the receiver with the picture viewer in Windows XP. Then it is possibe , with the 2 arrows in the bottom of the viewer, to move back and forth to see banners, icons and pictures from internet pages that the sender (or maybe other persons) and yourself has visited earlier. Allthough you have only included one single picture in the mail. The picture seems to keep its original size but the mail is several kilobyte larger even though it should contain nothing else but the picture.

(If the same mail is opened in Win 2000 I canīt see any history)

Have anyone noticed this before and what kind of virus/malware/spy shoul I search for?

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