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Re: Virus alert.

To: mgs <>
Subject: Re: Virus alert.
From: David Breneman <>
Date: Fri, 1 Dec 2006 16:54:43 -0800 (PST)
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--- Simon Matthews <> wrote:

> Let them know what? That their PCs are at risk from viruses and
> worms?
> Well, guess what, they are always at risk.  Nothing special has
> happened that they should be aware of.

That's right.  Viruses on Windoze aren't news.  The only thing
close to email viruses I have to endure as a Linux user are
occasional flurries of off-topic "I've got a virus!" messages
on the mailing lists I subscribe to.

David Breneman

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