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Michael Feldman wrote:
> What sort of IT manager would
> install an e-mail agent (Outlook, in this case) that allowed
> executable program to be buried in an e-mail attachment, and to be
> silently executed when the attachment was opened?

What sort of company would design such a product?
It surprises me that third parties that had their networks clogged
aren't sueing for negligence.


I received the Unix variant of the love bug virus that requested
me to manually delete a few files and forward the message to
everybody I know :-)

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