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Brian Huddleston wrote:

> That this type of virus propogates at all seems fairly conclusive evidence
> that some
> people aren't as bright as your average sedimentary rock.
> I'm sure we're eventually going to get a warning about "New Destructive
> FORMAT.EXE virus Discovered in the Wild!"

Someone recently send around the 'Honor Virus' (delete all your files 
and pass it on, you've probably seen it).

A director of the company, who shall remain nameless, actually emailed 
me worried about this new 'virus' and whether any of our systems were 

I had to keep a straight face when I told him it was a joke email.  It 
wasn't easy...


"User DATA\tmh cannot be created because DATA\tmh does not exist."
Windows -- Great UI huh?


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