XP Flaw Puts MP3, Windows Media Files at Risk
If you suspect that you may have downloaded an audio file with corrupted custom attributes onto your machine, you should not attempt to delete the file through Windows Explorer. Hovering the mouse pointer over the malicious audio file or opening a folder that contains the file will cause the Windows Shell to process it and the vulnerable code to be executed. The safest course of action is to use the Command Prompt to remove the corrupt file.
aint that something!
We're setting you adrift idiot
lol, how are you supposed to know if you've downloaded an audio file with corrupt attributes without even looking at it in the Windows shell?
Just another reason why I don't use XP =D