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Re: .exe attachments

  • Subject: Re: .exe attachments
  • From: "Ann James" annfree@earthlink.net
  • Date: Tue, 1 Oct 2002 16:30:25 -0500


>> I keep Norton AV up to date here and it caught W32.Bugbear@mm among
the viruses that showed up here in the last few days. More info here --
-- <<

After I read your post this morning I checked on my brand new Norton AV and
found it didn't have the automatic update checked, and checked it.  Well, it
was hardly any time before it caught a bugbear and then this afternoon I had
yet another.

I know on my old system I had to manually download Norton AV updates and I
did religiously check for them daily because I had an epidemic of Klez, I
know not why.  When you get four or five in one download you sort of think
someone is after you personally.  What, me paranoid?  I think not.


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