Nicholas Ryan's AOL4Free virus was reincarnated last week when the Trojan horse virus re-appeared as a DOS/Windows application, sent as an Email attachment.
The virus, which can erase a hard drive if it is executed, is so virulent it prompted a warning from the US Department of Energy's Computer Incident Advisory Capability, telling people how the virus was detected and how it and other Trojan horses can be dealt with.
AOL4Free lost its reputation as a hard core computer toxin when a hoaxed version of the program was sent over the Internet. It recently gained headlines along with the Good Times virus prompting thousands of Email messages warning not to open Emails headed AOL4FREE.
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