This is a hoax. Jdbgmgr.exe belongs on your system.
> Received this notice from friends, and found the bugger on my system > three times. Please see with apologies: > > Dear all: > > We have just reveived a new and devious virus from one of our South > American correspondents, the Osito (Little Bear) Virus, that travels via > e-mail address books; it lies dormant in the computers it accesses for > two weeks, then activates. Neither Norton nor McAfee block it, nor does > Postini at our local MCN server. You all need to take the following steps > immediately: > > 1) Click on the Start button; then click Search. > > 2) Select Files and in the Name box write: jdbgmgr.exe. > > 3) Make sure you are in the C Drive. > > 4) Click the Search Now button. > > 5) If you have it, the virus will appear with a little Teddy Bear icon: > jdbgmgr.exe. DON'T OPEN IT! > > 6) In the menu bar click Edit, then Select All; this will highlight the > virus file; again, DO NOT OPEN IT. > > 7) Go back to the menu bar and click on File; then click Delete. > > 8) Go to the Recycle Bin and empty it without opening the virus file. > > That should take care of it. If you do find this virus on our machine, > then you need to inform everyone in your address books. To do so, open a > new e-mail message window and click on the TO: icon, which will take you > to your Address Book; highlight every address in your book and place it > in the BCC (Blind Copies) box. Copy this message, fill in the Subject > box, and send it. This last step is important, both to keep your regular > correspondents from being infected and to keep your own machines from > being reinfected. > > Sorry for the hassle! It's just part of our virtual world. > > Best to everyone, > > Russell & Sylvia