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From: adam at (Adam)
Subject: viruses being sent to this list

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I'm finding that the people who complane the most are usually the people who 
have no business working with Virii and are only as good as there Outlook 

Sorry Gadi, but you where told a long time back to quit when you where only 
marginally behind.

I believe at this point your speaking while your typing to hear your own 

please stop! why don't you go take a class or something.

On Wednesday 24 March 2004 09:42 am, John Sage wrote:
> /*
>    the thread that refused to die...
> with extra! extra! life.
> */
> On Wed, Mar 24, 2004 at 02:34:33PM +0200, Gadi Evron wrote:
> > From: Gadi Evron <>
> > User-Agent: Mozilla Thunderbird 0.5 (Windows/20040207)
> > To: Full-Disclosure <>
> > CC: John Cartwright <>
> > Subject: Re: [Full-Disclosure] viruses being sent to this list
> > Date: Wed, 24 Mar 2004 14:34:33 +0200
> >
> > Hash: SHA1
> >
> > As I got a response from the managers, I am happy. And I took it
> > off-list.
> >
> > They asked for us to send any responses to them directly rather than
> > on-list, and I did. However, this has now become a different thread,
> > so I will try and contribute.
> >
> > The samples below could have been detected by any AV using
> > signatures alone. Thus, without any heuristics, not risking false
> > positives or requiring more time spent on moderation.
> I don't use any AV software. Don't need it.
> And I appreciate getting virii from this list (No! seriously!) and
> several other lists I participate in because it gives me the
> opportunity to examine and collect examples of what's out there.
> > If anything, it should help out on moderating all the viruses that get
> > sent from off-list addresses, by saving time, and with no risk of new
> > stuff not getting to the list due to a false positive.
> How would you filter against off-list addresses that are obviously
> spoofed?  Limit the list's traffic to members only?
> > Also, it might be a good idea to amend the list's charter to include
> > an "if you use this list, it is under your own blah blah and viruses
> > get sent, blah blah". For future protection.
> In other words:
> "You're an adult. Try 1) thinking; and 2) simply becoming responsible
> for yourself."
> - John
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