Archive | January 27, 2004

.NET reality check

Jon’s Radio Jon Udell’s blog at InfoWorld has the interesting beginning of an article comparing the promise of DotNet to the current reality… .NET reality check. “There’s been some pushback recently, in the .NET blogging community, about Microsoft’s habit of living in the future. For example:…”

Yet another windows trojan horse

InfoWorld: Top News reports E-mail worm, Mydoom, spreading rapidly. A new e-mail worm has appeared on the Internet and is spreading rapidly, according to leading antivirus companies.

Once again folks, this is not a worm, something that spreads by itself. It’s a trojan horse, a file attachment that you have to launch in a permissive (Windows) environment. Don’t click on attachments! Ever! Save to disk, scan with your (updated) virus scanner, confirm an attachment was intended with the sender, and open cautiously, if at all.

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