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BLU server and spam

I generally use the anti-virus sites for descriptions. (Norton) (F-Secure)

Out of these I prefer F-Secure and Norton because both have decent search 
features. Grisoft is a decent site also. McAfee sucks. It used to be one of 
the better ones, but, eventhough I have not been on the A/V newsgroup of 
late, it has really not been good for a long time. 
On 23 May 2002 at 16:34, Derek D. Martin wrote:
> Here's a much better description which talks about the potentially
> dangerous date-triggered payload:

Jerry Feldman <gaf at>
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