Re: Unix NOT secure against Viruses on home PCs

From: Daniel Mewes (
Date: 10/01/04

Date: Fri, 01 Oct 2004 06:22:37 +0200

Bev A. Kupf wrote:

> What was posted is no virus - it has no mechanism for
> propagation, or to attach itself to other files.

It attaches to source trees...

Daniel Mewes

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