Microsoft Windows XP SP2

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Date: 08/19/04

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    Date:         Thu, 19 Aug 2004 15:32:50 -0000
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    Let's commence by giving credit where credit is due. The
    thinking is that the manufacturer of Windows XP has done a
    splendid job in patching their little operating system with 300
    million dollar's worth of fixes. This is not exactly 'pocket
    change'.

    But this is:

    1. trivial scripting in the local zone
    2. notepad icon regardless of file in XP's little zip thing

    http://www.malware.com/malware.sp2.zip

    many other 'bits and pieces' to be had but overall a splendid
    effort on the manufacturer's part [for now]. Not quite sure
    where all that money went though.

    End Call

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