On Wed, Apr 19, 2000 at 03:08:16PM +0100, Justin Mason wrote:
>> Disks are duplicated on a variety of industrial strength,
> quality focused systems. Most of these systems are
> UNIX-based. The UNIX-based duplication systems used in
> manufacturing are impervious to MS-DOS-based, Windows-
> based, and Macintosh-based viruses.
>> Nice to find a FUD-free page on microsoft.com,
May be FUD free but it's not bullshit free. The source of virus infections
in CDs is far more likely to be during the process of assembly of the data
for the master, which will take place on a Windows machine for a Windows CD.
But it sounds nice and high tech and confidence inspiring.
Niall O Broin
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