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From: dan at losangelescomputerhelp.com (Daniel H. Renner)
Subject: [Fwd: Re: Virus infect on single user]

How did you find out they are pink?

:)

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From: Cael Abal <lists2@...you.com>
To: full-disclosure@...ts.netsys.com
Subject: Re: [Full-Disclosure] Virus infect on single user
Date: 09 Feb 2004 19:41:46 -0500

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|>Spybot Search and Destroy is much better.
|
| I find that you should run both spybot S&D *AND* adaware together
for the
| best possible adware/malware/spyware protection. they both catch stuff
| that the other does not. between the two though, you get rid of
| EVERYTHING.

CHS,

It's entirely plausible that neither adaware nor spybot might detect
a particular piece of malware.  'Everything' (especially in
all-caps) is an awfully strong word.

Won't someone please think of the invisible pink unicorns?

C

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