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From: sean01 at (Sean Crawford)
Subject: Super Worm

Phil wrote------------->

>Nor their arrogance.  I had two people tell me this weekend that they had
>got a virus from Windows Update.  No way would they listen to what I told
>them.  And it was a complete waste of time enumerating the various attack
>vectors which could lead them to believing that that was what happened.
>Whatever I told them, they still refused to believe any other explanation
>than that Microsoft had sent them a virus from the Windows Update site.

FFS.....I can just hear them now..

I do support for a small company(about 150 end users)and these are the same
issues I go through daily, don't even try and explain exploits, it leads to
another whole world of frustration/pain..most people don't even want to

I say it all the time to my boss...IT support is a thankless job as the only
time I/we get a call is when someone's not happy...

On the other hand....without those dimwits I would be out of a job...God
bless the dill's..

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