I'm here at college and a few days ago i got a stange e-mail from somebody at my university that i didn't know with the subject "Worm Klez.E immunity." It was merely a doc attachment so i opened it and it simply appeared to be his paper on forestry. Thoroughly confused, i closed the email, and soon forgot about it. Untill today, when i got a warning from our IT department saying this: "KLEZ VIRUS In the past of couple weeks, we have had a computer virus known as the Klez virus circulating around campus. This virus can infect computers via email or by writing itself to an open network share on a computer. Once a computer is infected it will try to disable any antivirus software running on your computer, and then it will send itself to other computers by email or by network share. The virus may also attach a random file from your computer which may include personal data. Like many computer viruses, Klez will send itself to everyone in your Address Book, but unlike most viruses, Klez will pick a random name from the address book to use as the return address, so the people receiving the email do not know who it is really from. The email will come with a random subject, and contain at least one attachment. Sometimes the messages will also include a document from the infected computer that may contain sensitive data. There is even one form of the virus that sends a message with the subject "Worm Klez.E Immunity" which contains an attachment that claims to make your computer immune to the virus, which actually contains the virus." I was quite ammused by this seeing that this virus didn't even make my mac sneeze. Is this pretty much standard when it comes to macs and viruses? If so, it makes me quite happy.