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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: self deleting emails
Actually they are right but they are only telling you half of the
equasion. Here is what is most likely going on. I'm about 80% sure.
Norton antivirus is a very weak antivirus system. The only thing it
catches is the common cold. Now as for outlook. Yes outlook is very
vulnerable to Virus attack. I use Thunderbird if I ever use a program
for E-mail. I use Gmail or Yahoo myself but you can continue to
frustrate yourself with programs like Outlook if you like. If you must
use antivirus to protect yourself from Micro$oft then use Avast, Spybot
1.5, and Clamwin. You will need to configure them properly to get them
There is another way. You can stop using Micro$oft products and download a Free Operating System that does not get viruses or get fragmented. It also comes with Thunderbird. It's called Ultumix.
If you want Ultumix do the following:
If you have a Desktop PC connected directly to the internet (not dial up) and a DVD burner I would recommend you go to www.mindblowingidea.com, click Ultumix, and give it a try by saving the Torrent Download Link. Then go to www.download.com and install uTorrent. You will also need to go to www.burn4free.com and install it as well. Make sure to open burn4free after installing it as well and select English. Then you may close it. Open the torrent file you downloaded in uTorrent. After you save the .iso file to your hard drive (this may take an hour or a day) right click on the .iso file and click burn4free and then Burn ISO. You will need a DVD-R or DVD+R in your DVD drive. DVD-R is recommended. After this reboot your computer and make sure to boot from the DVD drive. You may need to press additional keys during start up to get this to happen. You will see a menu that says PCLinuxOS 2007. Select LiveCD and press enter (this mode will let you try Ultumix without installing it on your hard drive). Now it will ask you some questions about your computer like what language you speak. You will most likely use Ethernet as your internet. Now you will see a screen to log in.
To try Ultumix without installing it to see what it will be like click on Owner and then type owner all lower case in the password field and press the enter key on your keyboard. Please note that it will run much slower than normal in Live Mode. When you install it it will run much faster. If you try the programs on the desktop and like them you may want to install it. We will get to that later. Open the icon marked internet and use it to get to www.hotmail.com. Get into your e-mail. If that works you should be happy. At this point I would like to point out that even though this system can't get viruses or fragmentation (unless you fill the partition over 95%) Firefox can be affected by some spyware and or trojans. If this should occur you simply click Tools > Clear All Private Data > check everything > Clear All Private Data Now.
If you want to install this on your computer you can also leave Windows on as well but you will be asked if you want to run both during setup. Click start and log out. Now click the root account and type in root all lower case. Click Install PCLinuxOS. Go threw the wizard and follow the instructions. You have the option of resizing your Windows partition and using the rest for Ultumix or erase everything and start over. Ultumix can run most windows 95, 98, and 2000 programs in WINE. You will also find that it can run some XP programs as well like Office 2003.
Have fun. If you still want to live with Micro$oft software reply to me again and I will walk you threw the painful process of protecting your computer. You will need to repeat this process I give you every 12 months or less to keep your computer running. You should also be told that in 6 months Microsoft is planning to stop extending service to XP users.
Posted on Dec 10, 2007
No he is not on any kind of remote wireless of any kine. He is hard wired in to the network. But yea I get what you are saying. Like I said before I know he is getting spoof because all the emails he get's back it returned to use with some other server IP address not ours. You know when you send a email the server IP address in attach to it. Plus we have not been put on any black list. LOL. So i know by that. He cam in last monday with 5,000 return email's. LOL. They want me to do something about it. I told them he need's a new email address but the owner of the company said no and that there has to be something I can do. So i posted this knowing that Someone will just tell me what I know.That nothing can be done and to give me a new email address. Thanks for your help. You don't know of a way to stop email spoofing do you?
Posted on Nov 02, 2008
Symantec/Norton has actually done a very good thing. You can update to Norton NIS2008 for FREE.
It solves the phishing problem and is a greatly improved product. CCSVCHOST.EXE does not run continuously and there is a resource meter to show what CPU usage Norton is taking. Scans are faster and web page loading is instantaneous.
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
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