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RE: Fyodor does not send any files to the list! Be careful!
From: "Paul Hieb" <phieb () columbus rr com>
Date: Tue, 20 Jan 2004 07:38:29 -0500

I disagree, what's the harm in a warning? Does that make us beginners or
less smart? Did Fyodor not take the time to say almost the same thing in
lengthy detail? 

Take it a step further, I don't believe that exe should have even
reached your inbox, it didn't mine. I've got virus protection on three
level's but even if the file was clean, my email client wouldn't have
shown it to me, just because it was an exe.......

-----Original Message-----
From: K_aneda [mailto:kaneda () magi net au] 
Sent: Monday, January 19, 2004 11:19 PM
To: Paul Hieb
Subject: RE: Fyodor does not send any files to the list! Be careful!

On Tue, 2004-01-20 at 15:08, Paul Hieb wrote:
That was un-called for.

Good lookin' out Bahadir.

It might not have been... however this is a security list which isn't
exactly aimed @ beginners when discussing common sense.

If your stupid enough to click on that .exe, you deserve to have your
right to use a computer revoked.

Sorry for the ultra-zealotish attitude, doesn't happen all the time.

 - K_aneda

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