|Wolf in Sheep's Clothing|
(5/8/2002) The many variants of the Klez worm keeps e-mail administrators and anti-virus experts hopping. One version has many e-mail users scratching their heads because it pretends to be a cure for the virus.
This letter demonstrates one of the biggest dangers of relying on e-mail warnings to protect yourself from viruses. There is no substitute for antivirus software. It is inexpensive, readily available, and well worth the investment. Read "Protecting Your PC" in the Chain-Breaker's Library for real ways to prevent unwanted intrusions on your data and never forward another virus warning. Break this chain!
Category: Armchair Activism