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Subject: Contest dxpedition antennas
From: kt6v@concentric.net (C.T. Morton)
Date: Fri Oct 11 08:54:50 1996
Anybody have a line on a used tribander, A3S or Force 12 C3. Also a HF-2
with possible 160m capability. Need these for cq ww cw test for
Caribbean trip. 73 and tnx Tom 800-476-3073

>From kr4uj@mindspring.com (Paul Pescitelli)  Fri Oct 11 17:01:45 1996
From: kr4uj@mindspring.com (Paul Pescitelli) (Paul Pescitelli)
Message-ID: <v01530500ae841d73c23b@[]>


Both of these are extremely old. This stuff has been floating around for
quite some time... It amazes me that folks can follow rare DX and tell you
the exact hour they will be on the air.. or when the first vanity
application was delivered, and not notice a virus warning that has
circulated for many months
via the internet, press (even the local news). I believe that I have seen
mention of them before on this very reflector.

...back to regularly scheduled programming...

>Well, the info on the good times virus was interesting. However, here is
>a real alert.
>>From Symantec BBS. A version of PKZIP is currently being placed on variou
>BBSs around the country. It is named PK300.ZIP. This is NOT a new version
>of PKZIP. The latest, and authenic one is PK204G.ZIP.
>Check the Symantec board for more info.
>Name: ed sleight
>E-mail: k4sb@avana.net
>Time: 10:33:13 PM
>This message was sent by Chameleon

>From jholly@hposl02.cup.hp.com (Jim Hollenback)  Fri Oct 11 17:41:23 1996
From: jholly@hposl02.cup.hp.com (Jim Hollenback) (Jim Hollenback)
Subject: cqp logs
Message-ID: <9610110941.ZM11008@hpwsmjh1.cup.hp.com>

Many of you have sent logs to nccc@contesting.com. I was out of town this
last week and was not able to reply. I'll ack the messages this weekend.

73, Jim, WA6SDM

>From G.Force@flashnet.it (Giorgio Fanelli)  Fri Oct 11 21:05:44 1996
From: G.Force@flashnet.it (Giorgio Fanelli) (Giorgio Fanelli)
Subject: VIRUS INFORMATION  ##### URGENT #####
Message-ID: <199610112005.WAA24670@star.flashnet.it>

Hello to ever and thank for read this
I am George I0YQV and I think to have little bit to write over PKzip300 and
Good Times problem.
First: I fully agree with Trey, WN4KKN who write:

>       Does my message have anything to do with contesting?

This mail list is totaly devoted to contest and specialy to CQ Contest and
is not the site to write over virii and similar software.

Second: PKzip 300 and Good times is NOT a virus! The first is Trojan horse
the secon is a Hoax. The first destry the FAT of the main hard disk but if
use mirror (by Norton utility or similar package) the damage is nullified.
The second not have anyone possibility to infect any disk by simply reading
E-MAIL message.
I am one of security manager of a big governamental agency in Italy and I
work everyday over virus, trojan and hackering on PC/LAN system. If anyone
have a problem write me DIRECTLY to my E-Mail address G.Force@flashnet.it.
For ending ... don't panic on this mail list. If you have panic write to:
panic@terror.net ;-)))
Sorry for spreading but I think to send this message for ending virus
message here. 
All the many best to every reader.
George, I0YQV

>From JPRYOR@uga.cc.uga.edu (Jay Pryor)  Fri Oct 11 21:31:42 1996
From: JPRYOR@uga.cc.uga.edu (Jay Pryor) (Jay Pryor)
Subject: CW SS Logging/M
Message-ID: <961011.163839.EDT.JPRYOR@UGA.CC.UGA.EDU>

I'll be operating CW SS from my car. Does anyone have suggestions
regarding how I might log exchange info without endangering myself or
other drivers?  Yes, I'll be driving and will be the only one in the car.



>From snace@tdrss.wsc.nasa.gov (Steven Nace)  Sat Oct 12 00:14:23 1996
From: snace@tdrss.wsc.nasa.gov (Steven Nace) (Steven Nace)
Subject: CW SS Logging/Mobile PLUS new question
Message-ID: <v02120d02ae84837e4396@[]>

>I'll be operating CW SS from my car. Does anyone have suggestions
>regarding how I might log exchange info without endangering myself or
>other drivers?  Yes, I'll be driving and will be the only one in the car.

I also have a question related to operating mobile contesting in today's
day of computerized duping.

I may be mobile for SS CW. In 30 hours I can cover a dozen different ARRL
sections. When I work K5ZD for example, I may be in New Mexico. This QSO
shall be normal. When I cross over into Texas, his software will declare I
am a dupe. Am I dupe? I think not. The rules dont seem to address this. The
rules get less detailed every year!

This software shortcoming is what I am referring to. Can CT, TR, and NA be
modified to accomodate this? I wish to work guys over and over again.

What do you think?

de Hose  KN5H

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