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Old 29 Dec 2004, 11:49 pm   #1 (permalink)
HachiRoku
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On Wed, 29 Dec 2004 13:18:07 +0000, djones wrote:

> Santa Clause like you have never seen him before, this is a must see for everyone: http://paddy.home.comcast.net/



Um, OK, I fell for it. This guy's wrapped too tight. Hope the authorities
get him before he harms someone.

Why is it, when these people go postal, they always shoot the person they
should have shot FIRST, LAST?
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Old 29 Dec 2004, 11:53 pm   #2 (permalink)
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"HachiRoku" <Trueno@ae86.GTS> wrote in message
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> On Wed, 29 Dec 2004 13:18:07 +0000, djones wrote:
>
>> Santa Clause like you have never seen him before, this is a must see for
>> everyone: http://paddy.home.comcast.net/

>
>
> Um, OK, I fell for it. This guy's wrapped too tight. Hope the authorities
> get him before he harms someone.
>
> Why is it, when these people go postal, they always shoot the person they
> should have shot FIRST, LAST?


LOL this original post didn't even show up on my server. www.individual.net
rawks

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Old 30 Dec 2004, 07:15 am   #3 (permalink)
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When I went to that site I got a virus warning from Norton Antivirus.

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"HachiRoku" <Trueno@ae86.GTS> wrote in message
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> On Wed, 29 Dec 2004 13:18:07 +0000, djones wrote:
>
>> Santa Clause like you have never seen him before, this is a must see for
>> everyone: http://paddy.home.comcast.net/

>
>
> Um, OK, I fell for it. This guy's wrapped too tight. Hope the authorities
> get him before he harms someone.
>
> Why is it, when these people go postal, they always shoot the person they
> should have shot FIRST, LAST?



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Old 30 Dec 2004, 06:55 pm   #4 (permalink)
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Default Re: "Possible Virus" Santa Clause like you have never seen him before

On Thu, 30 Dec 2004 08:15:21 -0500, Tony Marsillo wrote:

> When I went to that site I got a virus warning from Norton Antivirus.


Interesting! Loading a virus just by klicking onto a web site! What will
they think of next?
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Old 30 Dec 2004, 07:03 pm   #5 (permalink)
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On Thu, 30 Dec 2004 08:15:21 -0500, Tony Marsillo wrote:

> When I went to that site I got a virus warning from Norton Antivirus.


NAV Web site:

Bloodhound.Exploit.21 is a heuristic detection for files that have been
designed to exploit the Microsoft Internet Explorer HTML Help Control
Local Zone Security Restriction Bypass Vulnerability (BID 11467). The
vulnerability is still unpatched by Microsoft as of December 25, 2004.

Mozilla is an excellent web browser and is available for Windows, Linux
and BSD. Not vulnerable to crap like this.

You could also try FireFox from http://www.mozilla.org also.

Netscape is still good, but too commercial.
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Old 30 Dec 2004, 08:20 pm   #6 (permalink)
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Default Re: "Possible Virus" Santa Clause like you have never seen him before

HachiRoku wrote:
> On Thu, 30 Dec 2004 08:15:21 -0500, Tony Marsillo wrote:
>
>> When I went to that site I got a virus warning from Norton Antivirus.

>
> NAV Web site:
>
> Bloodhound.Exploit.21 is a heuristic detection for files that have
> been designed to exploit the Microsoft Internet Explorer HTML Help
> Control Local Zone Security Restriction Bypass Vulnerability (BID
> 11467). The vulnerability is still unpatched by Microsoft as of
> December 25, 2004.
>
> Mozilla is an excellent web browser and is available for Windows,
> Linux and BSD. Not vulnerable to crap like this.
>
> You could also try FireFox from http://www.mozilla.org also.
>
> Netscape is still good, but too commercial.


I switched over to Firefox about 3 weeks ago. Never looked back. :-)
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Old 30 Dec 2004, 09:20 pm   #7 (permalink)
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On Fri, 31 Dec 2004 02:20:44 +0000, .Philip. wrote:

> HachiRoku wrote:
>> On Thu, 30 Dec 2004 08:15:21 -0500, Tony Marsillo wrote:
>>
>>> When I went to that site I got a virus warning from Norton Antivirus.

>>
>> NAV Web site:
>>
>> Bloodhound.Exploit.21 is a heuristic detection for files that have
>> been designed to exploit the Microsoft Internet Explorer HTML Help
>> Control Local Zone Security Restriction Bypass Vulnerability (BID
>> 11467). The vulnerability is still unpatched by Microsoft as of
>> December 25, 2004.
>>
>> Mozilla is an excellent web browser and is available for Windows,
>> Linux and BSD. Not vulnerable to crap like this.
>>
>> You could also try FireFox from http://www.mozilla.org also.
>>
>> Netscape is still good, but too commercial.

>
> I switched over to Firefox about 3 weeks ago. Never looked back. :-)


I just loaded it, but not on M$. Just wondering if it will support all the
'plug-ins'.
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