Re: 'Virus-free' declaration
Customers asked us to declare that the CDs accompanying our products
(documentation) are virus free.
I'm sure this is from their legal department, but declaring a CD to be "virus free" does not mean it is indeed virus free. Even if you know where the CD came from, it is good practice to either preview on a system not connected to your company intranet, or run a virus scan before accessing any data or programs on the disc.
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