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2) Public Spyware Removal Guid for AntiSpywareBox
: Newly released AntiSpywareBox from the makers of TitanShield is wide
spread throughout the web infecting machines. AntiSpywareBox is a Fake
spyware remover displaying false security messages trying to get the
user to purchase.
6) 411 VirusBurst
: Remove Rogue Anti-Spyware VirusBurst.
VirusBurst, a Rogue Anti-Spyware program, installs through a Trojan
onto your PC where it displays, from a system tray icon, an update
notification. The update notification is similar to the Windows update
balloon. Users are then tricked into clicking the message.
The notification balloon will read “System detected virus activities.
They may cause critical system failure. Please, use anti-malware
software to clean and protect your system from parasite programs.
Click this ballon to get all available software.”
7) Crazy Uses For Coca Cola!: To clean a toilet: Pour a can of Coca-Cola into the toilet bowl. Let
the "real thing" sit for one hour, then flush clean. The citric acid
in Coke removes stains from vitreous china. This is according to
household-hints columnist MaryEllen.
8) Doc Searls Weblog: And loving the crap out of him seems to be working fine. : Doc : For fun Jeffrey just pressed a cold glass of orange juice against my sweaty back. I cringed and let out a yowl. Jeffrey laughed. He's a trickster, and loves it when people emote. Always has. I had just told him not to do that. This, of course, was even more reason to do it anyway.
9) How to manage large volumes of email !: Philip Greenspun : The mit.edu people do a reasonably good job of
spam filtering, I guess, though
I still get about 20 or 30 spams per day. I haven't automated much,
do have the ability to write arbitrary code on either my server or in
use a Lisp-based IMAP mail reader rolled into Emacs or Edwin (Emacs
Scheme) or sometimes Microsoft Outlook (!)).
I've been thinking about hiring a housewife in India with a cable
paying her to go through my email, filing the important ones in an
IMAP folder, responding to what she can, deleting the spam, etc.
With IMAP it
is easy to have lots of clients simultaneously accessing one's mail.
rates in India are pretty low. This will enable me to hit the road
Winnebago and not come back to find 6000 messages.