From: Brian Scanlan (singer at domain redbrick.dcu.ie)
Date: Thu 04 May 2000 - 14:10:38 IST
On Thu, May 04, 2000 at 11:56:37AM +0100, ojc at domain 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.
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