From: Ciamac Cyrus Moallemi (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri May 05 2000 - 08:47:32 PDT
>Subject: Outlook virus & interoperation
> From the virus discussion on slashdot:
>"So this morning, I get a fax at work. It's directed at the old network
>admin, and is like six pages of junk, Windows registry settings and such.
>I put it aside, with the intention of calling the person later to tell
>them that he doesn't work here anymore and ask what in the world she sent me.
>Then news of this virus starts going around, and I look closely at the
>fax. It says it "originated from a (COMPANY NAME) Faxcom," and has the
>attachment "LOVE-LETTER-FOR-YOU.TXT.vbs . Apparently, our fax number was
>in her computer, and it faxed us a text copy of the virus. Anyone want it? :)
>Now that's a tribute to interoperability :-)
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