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Frog and Fish warnings
|Common name:||Frog and Fish warnings|
|Technical name:||Frog and Fish warnings|
|Alias:||Frog in a blender, Fish in a bowl|
|Effects: ||It generates a false alarm by reporting that there are two jokes that are supposedly computer viruses.|
|Detection updated on:||Jan. 28, 2004|
Frog and Fish warnings is not a virus; it is a hoax or an e-mail message that tricks users into thinking that two jokes referred to a frog (BLENDER.EXE) and a fish (FISH.EXE) are actually viruses. In fact, though these files could be infected by a virus present on the computer, they have no viral nature by themselves.
Its aim is to cause alarm and get users to forward the message.
In order to avoid problems, disregard this information, as it is completely false. You should also immediately delete the message, without forwarding it to anyone.
Frog and Fish warnings arrives in an apparently normal e-mail message, but which can be identified by its message. The message text always refers to two jokes that supposedly are computer viruses.