Re: [Full-Disclosure] MyDoom.B

From: Diego Calleja (grundig_at_teleline.es)
Date: 02/01/04

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    El Sat, 31 Jan 2004 16:37:05 -0800 Daniel Spisak <dspisak@nonmundane.org> escribió:

    > possible. Posting the virus to a URL on this list means it ends up on
    > the web archive which means it shows up in Google which means any Tom,
    > Dick, or Jane can download the live virus. So if you wish to help

    I have several dozens of that crap in my inbox folder. In fact, I bet
    there're several dozens of then in *every* email account on earth. You don't
    need to put it anywhere, just press the fscking "get new mail" button and you
    have a free copy. It's plain stupid that McAffe is trying to stop people
    putting them in a website for public research and full disclosure when
    everybody have copies everywhere.

    Unless they want to create the only vaccine for it of course. Like I'm
    going to buy their product, anyway.

    Diego Calleja

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