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From: madduck at madduck.net (martin f krafft)
Subject: Re: Anti-MS drivel

also sprach Luca Mihailescu <luca@...ailescu.net> [2004.01.17.1921 +0100]:
> We have around 600 desktops running a mix of win 2k/ xp pro and
> maybe 50 servers running 2k server and 2k3 server.We use
> a checkpoint fw and symantec corporate edition for antivir. Last
> time I've seen a server infected was 3 years ago ( one nt machine
> everybody forgot about got owned using unicode exploit ).As for
> virii we NEVER had an infection.

Wow, impressive! If I think about the sums of money you pay just for
the license subscriptions, I faint.

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