Don't know if this applies to you or not but thought I'd pass it on.
The MSBlast.exe virus or LovSan Web Worm may enter your computer through a vulnerability in your computer's Microsoft WindowsÂ®-based operating system. According to current reports, this virus or worm is designed to cause computers to launch an electronic attack against Microsoft's WindowsÂ® help web site on August 16, 2003.
If you are using one of the following Microsoft Operating Systems, we recommend that you follow the instructions below to remove or safeguard your computer from the MSBlast.exe virus or LovSan Web Worm. Even if your computer isn't affected now, it could be in the future.
Microsoft WindowsÂ® NT 4.0,
Microsoft WindowsÂ® NT 4.0 Terminal Services Edition
Microsoft WindowsÂ® 2000
Microsoft WindowsÂ® XP
Microsoft WindowsÂ® Server 2003
Close all open programs and press and hold down the following keys simultaneously: Ctrl (Control), Alt and Delete
Click the Task Manager button
Select the Processes tab
Click the Image Name column to sort the list in alphabetical order
Select the msblast.exe file by clicking on it once. Then, click the End Process button. If you do not see msblast.exe in the list of running tasks, please proceed to Step 6 as you should still check your system for the Worm and apply the Microsoft patch. (Some operating systems require that you log in as Owner/Administrator in order to install this patch)
Now you can close the WindowsÂ® Task Manager screen by clicking the X in the upper right hand corner.
Next, determine which operating system you are using. Since Microsoft has different patches to protect each operating system, you will need to know which operating system you have on your computer.
Click on the Start button, go up to Run. Type winver and press the Enter key. The window displayed will indicate which operating system is being used (Windows(r) 2000, Windows(r) XP, etc.)
Once you have determined your operating system, go to http://www.microsoft.com/technet/tre...n/MS03-026.asp
and click on the link for you operating system.