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Re: Protected Mail System

  • Subject: [iris-photos] Re: Protected Mail System
  • From: "Neil Mogensen" <neilm@charter.net>
  • Date: Tue, 17 Aug 2004 17:36:35 -0000

--- In iris-photos@yahoogroups.com, "Harold Peters" <harold@d...> 
"One minor correction to Neil's  information. Antivirus software is 

Harold, you are quite right.  I thought of mentioning that need, but 
the main point of my message had to do with the Gormleys--and to vent 
some steam.

The Norton/Symantec "Internet Security" package does include the Anti-
virus program.  I already had it as part of Norton "System Works," 
but I think, or hope, installing the IS package wrote over the older 

In any event, updating my software is almost a daily event occurring 
automatically.  I recall one day when *three* new anti-virus 
definitions sets arrived from Symantec.

If anyone is interested, there is a parallel McAfee suite that is 
competative.  I haven't kept up on PC information for the past three 
years--I've been otherwise occupied--so have no idea how the major 
competitors fare.

>From what I've gleaned in just glancing at info, no one program is 
perfect.  There are some things that can slip through no matter 
*what* protective gear one has loaded.

In addition, the spammers and saboteurs are constantly upgrading 
their own attack systems to get around whatever defenses these 
companies put out.

Whatever programs a person, home office or business installs, it is 
vitally important they be kept current--even daily--to stay 
effective.  If the vendor offers an automatic update feature, use it!

Neil Mogensen   z 7 western NC mountains

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