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Melissa on MacIntosh...

On Tue, 4 Mar 2003 13:16:16 -0500
" at" < at> wrote:

> I was asked yesterday by a colleague "How do you remove the virus
> Melissa from a McIntosh computer"? I always thought that Mac's were
> virus free (or resistant). This faculty member says she tried Norton's
> Antivirus with no luck...anyone able to shed light?
No system is immune to viruses. Windows 9x and Macs (prior to OS X) are
particularly vulnerable, but Windows NT, Mac OSX and Linux and Unix
systems may become infected.  

Here is the FAQ
Norton Anti-Virus for MacIntosh should be able to clean the system.
Jerry Feldman <gaf at>
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