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From: barrie at reboot-robot.net (Barrie Dempster)
Subject: viruses coming from this list..

On Sun, 2004-08-29 at 18:28, Doomdaddy wrote:
> Someone is using this list to send viruses,..stop the bs assclown

"Someone" isn't using the list to send viruses, as I'm sure you are
aware  viruses infect a system then they scan for all the email
addresses they can before shunting out copies of themselves to the
masses.

So this means that someone that has the address of the list on their
system is infected. The proper thing to do would be to notify the person
yourself (if it has that much of an effect on you).

If any .exe or the like is hitting your box, the moderators of the list
don't really care as they'd expect the people on this list to have an
idea how to install or use the varying techniques for avoiding viruses
including but not limited to, plain text only views of emails,
antivirus, extension blocking and/or non-MS software.

-- 
Barrie Dempster (zeedo) - Fortiter et Strenue

  http://www.bsrf.org.uk

[ gpg --recv-keys --keyserver www.keyserver.net 0x96025FD0 ]
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