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Subject: Re: Guy is spreading viruses works for POWERGATE.ca
Date: Wed, 7 Jan 2004 21:15:35 +0100
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Prophet wrote in message
> Anyone else here get a virus from Travis Campbell at powergate.ca
> alledgedly from Microsoft?
> Don't open the attachment. I'm sending a copy to the Microsoft, the RCMP
> and the FBI.
> 10 years in Prison and he'll be a new ma.... err woman.
Aha!!! Well done that man!
I hope he remembers not to bend over in the showers when the big guy asks
him to pick up the soap! Haaaarm can come to a young lad like that! (^!^)
Haven't received any via e-mail. Blueyonder filter them out - and spam - one
of the few things they do right! - but I've got a huge list of groups on
several servers and fake MS update pack posts have appeared on most of them,
as have the Aquireerier screensaver ones.
All these fake Microsoft updates are the reason why I've abandoned my original e-mail account for the usent and switched to this one here.
I have also set up a filter that automatically deletes all e-mails bigger
than 20kb which should suffice for the usenet. 20kb are more than big enough
for any normal e-mail, but way too small for any unrequested attachement -
"Microsoft updates" included.
I know this filter is a drastic measure, but it is the only way I see to
block all this virus/trojan madness.
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