Reply Robotron 2084 says: 19 Sep 2010 at 6:08 pm LOL. Expect this to change for the worse as KDE and GNOME add more features. Parent Share twitter facebook linkedin Re:and again (Score:4, Informative) by DarkZero ( 516460 ) writes: on Thursday June 05, 2003 @10:44PM (#6129111) And once again, those of us who know how Now another interesting side note is veriphone uses POTS lines for nearly %100 of their credit card processing. http://scifijumpgate.com/yet-another/yet-another-worm-kwbot-high-jack-log.html
Every time Outlook does a send and receive, and also about every 10 minutes on it's own, it sends out an email in the background. Linux viruses are on their way. if you want to stop these types of viruses, there are simple steps that need to be taken at a higher level. Linux is my sex life!
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but- don't open anything by clicking it. Photo ( 640363 ) writes: on Thursday June 05, 2003 @09:46PM (#6128783) Journal It's time to face the facts: Windows just isn't ready for the desktop. my party… it was absolutely amazing!i have attached my web page with new photos!if you can please make color prints of my photos. Readers are responsible for designing, implementing and managing the voice, data and video systems their companies use to support everything from business critical applications to employee collaboration and electronic commerce.
Which is why all .pif, .scr, .exe files are blocked at the email server, in or out. ACCEPT & CLOSE Newsletters You have been successfully signed up. Rik, PSC Flicka - Minnesota 10 Sep 2003, 8:09 PM | Views: 4 *Hey Rik - DIdn't know you were a Xandrosian! Illustrating Hypponen's point, a spokesman at the CERT Coordination Center at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh said the security research and information service hadn't received any reports of U.S.
Hardware NVRAM locking would also be nice. Soko Parent Share twitter facebook linkedin Re:windows vs *nix - un-informed is un-informed (Score:5, Interesting) by PenguiN42 ( 86863 ) writes:
I had my PFY hit all the workstations again this morning (because of MS.Jiggy) and rename wscript.exe on all of them. It can take DAYS or WEEKS for vendors to identify a new virus, and create a definition, and for people to download the new rule set. How to be the first to get the Creators Update Just join the Insiders and watch it download, if you dare. second, just because you have virus protection does not mean that it is working; monitor it in some way, shape, or form.
Next, add the following value to the registry: HKCU/Software/Microsoft/Office/10.0/Outlook/Opti on s/Mail REG_DWORD: ReadAsPlain = 0x01 Outlook will convert all HTML to plain text before rendering it, and turn all embedded images, See John Hardin's procmail filter [impsec.org] for a Very good example of how to do this. after reading some of your responses, however, it makes one feel that some of you geeks might be the ones releasing these viruses just to make victims of the stupid masses Greater diversity in hardware and software platforms; makes it much harder to write a UNIX virus and it's much harder for a poorly written virus to spread. ...
Readers are responsible for designing, implementing and managing the voice, data and video systems...https://books.google.com/books/about/Network_World.html?id=QhcEAAAAMBAJ&utm_source=gb-gplus-shareNetwork WorldMy libraryHelpAdvanced Book SearchSubscribeGet Textbooks on Google PlayRent and save from the world's largest eBookstore. It broke my machine. can't hurt the systems that 'mere users' will be using as there is more and more of a push to Linux desktop systems is just plain nonsense. have a peek here Check either: Never send a responce Ask me before sending a responce then OK your way out.
sae it to your desktop, open a photo editor, and open the jpg with the photo editor. okay, let's tell everyone to use some other program. The reason *nix is much harder to infect in the first place is users run with user privileges, as do all the child processes that they create.
Share twitter facebook linkedin Re:It's a nasty one (Score:5, Informative) by karlm ( 158591 ) writes: on Thursday June 05, 2003 @11:32PM (#6129355) Homepage Your proposal is doable on any standard how many more of these things are you going to put up with? I cant see him sitting there for the next 8 hours downloading patches - sure, he will run windows update if we are lucky, but he's likely to be getting his Yet Another Windows Worm More Login Yet Another Windows Worm Archived Discussion Load 500 More Comments Full Abbreviated Hidden /Sea Score: 5 4 3 2 1 0 -1 More Login
doing these things won't completely solve the self-spreading e-mail virus problem, but they will help reduce the likelihood that you experience an outbreak. I setup this on all of my clients networks and have yet to have grabbed a single legit email. sorry you are stuck with all of the viruses. The email refers to a paper on "A new proposal for the fermion doubling problem" which is supposedly attached (instead you get the .pif file) The subject line is matched amazingly
companies being hit by the worm as of this morning. If it wipes out an employee's whole writeable diskspace, it's done all the damage it could possibly do.