Archive | May 19, 2003

New Microsoft e-mail worm

Let’s review the rules again, folks:

  1. Never ever EVER run a program from an untrusted source.
  2. There are no trusted sources.


Worm dupes with fake Microsoft address. A new e-mail worm, which feigns a origin, is spreading rapidly. Antivirus vendors say it can also spread via a LAN and can install spyware on a victim’s PC. [CNET]

Microsoft to license Unix code

As the plot ever thickens,… Microsoft announces a plan to license Unix code from SCO in this article:

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