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From: hescominsoon at (William Warren)
Subject: Super Worm

I bet most have not learned from blaster.  Sure a nubmer of users may 
have gotten protected but i bet a majority are not.

bipin gautam wrote:

> na... i don't think so, cauz EVEN general user have
> learnt BIG lesson from blaster!
> there could be a worm strike but......... BUT fairly
> harmful...
> my prediction anyways..
> bipin
>>"Possible combined exploits of MS vulnerabilities"
>>"It has been a very quiet day, but we are hearing
>>rumors of possible
>>'super' exploits that may target several of the
>>announced by Microsoft on Tuesday. We've been
>>contacted by an
>>individual who have have been infected such an
>>exploit, but
>>investigation of this is still underway."
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every tongue that shall rise against thee in judgment thou shalt 
condemn. This is the heritage of the servants of the LORD, and their 
righteousness is of me, saith the LORD.

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