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From: sean01 at accnet.com.au (Sean Crawford)
Subject: Backdoor not recognized by Kaspersky

Here...In Australia...ISP's charge for bandwidth....not many unlimited
bandwidth accounts.....only thing Australia is ahead on in most cases is
Greenwich meridian time...
But I see you point...

Sean..


On Sat, Apr 03, 2004 at 01:32:23AM +1000, Sean Crawford wrote:
> ISP's make money from Bandwidth usage

Actually, you are wrong on this statement.
ISP spend money on Bandwidth. They make money from subscriptions, regardless
of Bandwidth usage. Best scenary for ISP would be someone paying for a
subscription and using no bandwidth at all.

Anything that save bandwidth, allowing them to provide services for
more customers without increasing operational costs, is good for ISPs.

At least, that it is how it works here (Brazil), and on most countries.
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