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From: niekbaakman at home.nl (Niek Baakman)
Subject: Super Worm

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

Users *and* sysadmins haven't learnt anything from nimda/code red/sql slammer/blaster.
The majority will never learn, some don't care, some don't have the knowledge,
some don't even know that there are patches.

regards,
Niek Baakman
-- 

The greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world he didn't exist.
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