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At 11:17 AM 4/4/97 -0500, Elaine R. Firestone wrote:
>Hi all. Just wanted to let you know about a few new virus hoaxes lurking
>on the Internet. They are all **verified hoaxes** through the Symantec Web
This isn't topical, but perhaps worth a mention if it keeps people
from spamming the listserv with virus hoax messages.
Symantec, being an anti-virus software maker, has a vested interest in
increasing the paranoia about viruses. A better place to go for your
virus information is the Kumite web page.
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