Chris, Keith, Steve and List
As bad as viruses are there are Worms that are even worse and when they
first show up
can't be stopped by any anti-virus software. The only thing that will
stop them is a Firewall.
If you have an IP address that changes, the risk is very low. If you
have a static IP
address (Cable modem, Satellite link or DSL) the risk is high.
If you would like additional info, just contact me off list by E-mail
Steve Pitt wrote:
>Nasty stuff....I got over 300 infected e-mail's last weekend. Many
>supposedly from people I know, many falsely using LSR list names (sorry
>Chris, but I knew it really wasn't you). Norton caught 'em and zapped them.
>But then just like Keith and Chris, I have people cranked at me cause I'm
>sending them infected attachments. Not! It uses your e-mail address and
>names in your book and sends more out even tho you didn't get the virus.
>"Spoofing" virus is what I read it's called. Nasty buggers are smart
>people, but they should put that brain power and energy to better uses than
>trying to goof up our computers.
>Steve Pitt, Seattle
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