Each time a new trojan horse, virus or worm arrives on the scene, computer users whose systems become infected are faced with memorable personal experiences. Most people have virus attack stories much like folks who tell old war stories. Neither are experiences you'd soon forget.
Writers of these pesky trojans, viruses and worms seem to be getting even more clever as years go by. They seem to stop at nothing to top the last big attack.
For instance, Amus, a new computer worm suspected to be of Turkish origin, plans to give computer users yet another unique experience to share. Amus brings a new twist on a different kind of personal level to computer users. This mass-mailing worm comes with the subject "Listen and Smile," with an attachment named Masum.exe. The twist is that it also comes with an embedded voice message.
Amus' message says: "How are you. I am back. My name is Mr. Hamsi. I am seeing you. Haaaaaaaa. You must come to Turkey. I am cleaning your computer. 5. 4. 3. 2. 1. 0. Gule gule." The last phrase is in Turkish, meaning Bye, Bye.