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    Security companies do not massmail tools to...

    Security companies do not massmail tools to customers. If you get an e-mail from your AV vendor (or some other security company) stating that it's a patch or somekind of a trojan removal tool, the...
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    I said this once, but I will say this again. ...

    I said this once, but I will say this again.

    .SCR is the file extension for a screen saver. It is NOT a registrated file type for some script interpreter by default in Windows. For Java Script...
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    .scr is the file extension for screen savers....

    .scr is the file extension for screen savers. There have been many cases where trojans or viruses have been delivered with a screen saver. The problem is that when you download a screen saver form...
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    Most of the Outlook security problems are used by...

    Most of the Outlook security problems are used by using HTML formatted e-mail. Thus it might a good idea to block incoming HTML for good... In Outlook 2002 this can be done in the following way -->...
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    It doesn't actually make any difference how many...

    It doesn't actually make any difference how many viruses a certain AV product can recognize since the majority of the viruses do not exist anymore. There are also thousands of viruses that some...
  6. Thread: compiler

    by karnevil9
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    Re: compiler

    Well, the answer is obviously: from the Internet. Using Google you can find many tutorials, such as T$'s tutorial. Just use keywords such as assembler, tutorial, win32, ... depending what you are...
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