On Thu, May 04, 2000 at 11:56:37AM +0100, ojc at dataway.com wrote:
> There seems to be a new email self-replicator going around , it arrives in
> with the SUBJECT: ILOVEYOU.
>> If you open it, it trawls through your address book and sends itself
No it doesn't. People using certain non-Linux, Non-Unix, non-Netscape clients
are at risk.
> I don't know what the payload is yet... If I come up with more info I'll
> forward it....
This has nothing to do with Linux, this affects Windows users.
Why the big deal made over some stupid Windows virus?
And, _seriously_, who on earth thinks an appripiate way to deal with virii is
to spam any vaguely techie mailing list? It is utterly inappropiate, and
should be treated like spam, imho.
How can I, that girl standing there, |
My attention fix |
On Roman or on Russian W.B. |
Or on Spanish politics... Yeats 1939 |
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