Mark and Cortland,
Thanks for the info and advice. Live and learn - I'll have to pay closer
I got in a hurry and opened one or two messages from this list that had
attachements. There was nothing attached so I figured I might have got it from
Getting rid of it was no fun. You can't stay on line long enough to get the fix
had a buddy get it and send it to me to run. Then you have to have xp settings
correct so you can go to microsoft to get the patch.
My system is fixed, and I will be keeping a closer eye on the critical updates.
> Steve .. it did not come from this list .. it came via the INTERNET BROWSER
> you are running and via XP, 2000, or MS Server .. you really should get the
> MS critical updates when they are posted. I do, and my professional cohorts
> do. There are a lot of computer technicians losing their jobs this week,
> because they did not take care to see their clients' systems --which were
> not updated correctly .. and, the business folks' next door neighbor, whose
> tech did the right thing, were saying "what problem?" .--- Microsoft
> announced the forthcoming problem on July 16th.. Ye done been warned... ye
> shoulda heeded! Cheers .. Mark
> Having said "tsk-tsk" --- here's the remedy.
> > When Microsoft SAYS there's a security hole, and to download a patch,
> > we should read and heed, eh?
> > Back to Reply Comments. UPLC. Lots of stuff there, but it's the same
> > No matter how you slice it...
> > Ad astra per aspirin!
> > Cortland
> > > [Original Message]
> > > From: scm <email@example.com>
> > >
> > > I have a hunch that some guys are trying to get rid of blaster worm. I
> > think I
> > > caught it off this list. It is nasty and a real pain to get rid of.
> > >
> > > Steve wd0ct