[lug] somewhat-OT: virus scanners for Linux
davis_compz at hotmail.com
Fri Aug 16 15:42:53 MDT 2002
Im no expert...but im trying to learn....do you think i could view the
also....have you notified your friend?
>From: Ed Hill <ed at eh3.com>
>Reply-To: lug at lug.boulder.co.us
>To: Boulder LUG <lug at lug.boulder.co.us>
>Subject: [lug] somewhat-OT: virus scanners for Linux
>Date: 16 Aug 2002 15:27:09 -0600
>I'm being e-mail bombed (about 1 per minute) by an old friend on the
>East Coast (who I'm sure is not doing it on purpose) and I was wondering
>if someone could perhaps help me diagnose the problem.
>I've google-d and there are numerous commercial virus scanners. Thats
>fine, but I really don't have much money to spend on this problem. Can
>someone please recommend a Free or Open Source program that can help me
>identify the mal-ware thats causing this DoS?
>Alternatively, would someone be willing to try to identify the source
>given a verbatim copy of one or more of the emails? I'll *gladly* buy
>you a drink at the next meeting...
>Edward H. Hill III, PhD
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