On Tue, Feb 17, 2004 at 10:04:30PM +0100, Robert Schiele wrote: > On Tue, Feb 17, 2004 at 09:38:03PM +0100, C. Arnold Kunze wrote: > > hallo everybody, > > C. A. Kunze > > physician > > > > Finding virusses, worms or other malware is the job of a physician. In human > > beeings or even in computer systems > > LOL! Better stay with humans for the same reason I do not give medical advice > to people. Most likely you have more knowledge on that area than on the area > of computer viruses. You should note that for most computer viruses spread by > email the sender address is faked. So this was the case for mails sent with > Peter's name. The mails from me and the other guys did _not_ include the > virus itself (as you noticed yourself), but only where replies to the virus > itself. Maybe your virus software just paniced beacause of that fact. > Replying to virus mails does not necessarily mean to be infected. Hehe, I happen to be a medical doctor and my advice is the same as Robert's: don't believe the faked sender. Peter -- Thought is limitation. Free your mind.
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