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From: madsaxon at direcway.com (madsaxon)
Subject: 45% of the free files collected via  KaZaA
 contained malware

At 01:17 PM 1/9/2004 -0500, Mary Landesman wrote:
>Hmmm... Interesting stuff. I also noted the report says "The number of
>viruses exploiting known vulnerabilities to infect or spread grew from 36 to
>50 in 2003" and notes that 28 of these exploit MS01-020. My research, which
>I thought was incomplete, shows 160 viruses exploiting known
>vulnerabilities, 54 of which exploit MS01-020.
>
>So much for statistics. :-)

Well, you know what they say:  95.8% of all statistics are
made up on the spot.

;-)

m5x


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