I'm passing on this info to you because I don't want you guys to repeat my mistake. I had wasted an hour of my time because I almost fell for the JdbgMgr Hoax.
This morning I received an email from a trusted poster who wrote:
I found a virus called "jdbgmgr.exe" that was sent to me. The virus
subsequently attached itself to everyone in my address book, even if no one
from that book has sent me an e-mail. I am therefore sending this warning to
all the people in my e-mail address book.
Please check your computer and delete this virus:
1. Go to Start, then Find.
2. In Find Files type jdbgmgr.exe in your C drive
3. The virus has a teddy bear icon - DO NOT OPEN IT!
4. Right click and delete it from the C Folder, and then go to the Recycle
bin and delete it from there too.
If you found the virus in your computer, you must notify everyone in your
Since I trusted this poster very much, so I had almost done what he told me. I searched thru my 3 different computers & found the same file in each of them. Just before deleting those files, I felt I needed a 2nd opinion about the files. Luckily I was able to find this info in this link:
After reading the above, I realized it's nothing but a hoax. It's so real that even my trusted poster fell for it & emailed me the false warning. So when you do receive the warning from your trusted poster, don't deleted the file unless it's infected as mentioned in the above link.