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2RE: [dvd-discuss] W32.Klez.H infection on of our group member's PC
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- From: "juergen + barbara" <jmhoraze(at)compuserve.com>
- Date: Thu, 3 Jul 2003 21:30:21 -0700
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Microsoft recently bought the only company providing AntiVirus help for
Linux; they are working now for solutions on Windows platforms. (Why don't
we have a law against buying a company to then make its products extinct?)
Of course, Viruses on Microsoft platforms are much more popular; but is does
not mean they won't exist for other operating systems, and viruses for
products like Oracle, Informix, Microsoft SQL, Adobe Acrobat, etc., etc. are
also gaining in popularity! :-(
[mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of D. C. Sessions
Sent: Donnerstag, 03. Juli 2003 06:20
Subject: Re: [dvd-discuss] W32.Klez.H infection on of our group member's
On Wednesday 02 July 2003 17:20, juergen + barbara wrote:
# of course, there are also known viruses on UNIX machines.
# this was an attachment anyway; so no harm as long one does not attempt to
# open it...
Really? It hasn't hit the news yet.
I know that there's a vulnerability in old versions of PDF
which are architecture-independent, but I hadn't heard
that there was actually a mass-mail exploit for it.
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