Re: Firewalls and Cryptography



On Tue, 17 Oct 2006 03:18:53 +0200, Sebastian Gottschalk
<seppi@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

BobS wrote:
Your statement was that a firewall cannot protect against viruses. They
can.

No, they can't. By design, I can always create a virus that slips by.

And by the same logic no anti-virus ,'by design', can protect
against viruses since you can always create one that will slip by.

Geo


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