Good Times virus

Good Times virus

An e-mail virus that contained "Good Times" in the subject field which supposedly would damage the data in your computer if you opened the message. This was a famous hoax first encountered in 1994 and repeated over the next several years. See virus hoaxes.
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Recipients of this bogus alert are told the Good Times virus is far more deadly than the destructive Stoned, Airwolf and Michelangelo viruses, which actually exist.
The Federal Communications Commission issued a release debunking the Good Times virus last year, after the phony warnings said the FCC had released a memo about the dangers of the e-mail virus.