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From: chows at ozemail.com.au (Gregh)
Subject: Virus infect on single user

----- Original Message -----
From: Sean Crawford
To: full-disclosure@...ts.netsys.com
Sent: Tuesday, February 10, 2004 1:20 AM
Subject: RE: [Full-Disclosure] Virus infect on single user


> A rather blunt first post but maybe it has to be said.......?

A rather blunt request from me:

> Lay off the porn sites dude.

Lay off the HTML POSTING, "DOOD"!

> > Rompax We Burn Everything said.............
> >
> >Two days ago as i was searching my pc folders i found out that there was
a dialer executable file in my programe files > >folder. I noticed that the
file was last >modified a day that i ddin't open my pc. Is there any change
for that file to
> >have attributes than the real one?



> Mcaffe sucks in a big way and in my opinion NOD32 scanner is the best?!?

Maybe it SUCKS because what he actually had was a damned SPYWARE item? Apart
from that, it is the best of the "pay for" AV scanners unfortunately. If he
ran Adaware and Spybot at the very least, on his system, he wouldnt have
this problem.

Greg.


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