Missed this from yesterday, but it brings home the need to be equipped to combat it. click here I respectfully suggest you get those firewalls up and running, and maybe consider disconnecting from your broadband service when not needed. TC.
click here will show you how to disable the bits of Windows XP that allow this to happen and then test your system to ensure it can't happen
Not using XP yet but thanks for the very useful link. TC.
They would have to send the emails through an open port....I do not see how a firewall could block an open port. Reuters = quiet news day.G
thats a very good site. been there and my pc passed all tests. i've also taken the security advice.thanks 961 brill
If the firewall is set at ask for connecting up IE and OE you'd know if this was happening- or would you?
No, it would be sent when you were connected to the net and would not try to connect on its own. As information is sent to the net all the time, when connected, you would never know what was happening.G
I presume that you do not work for Reuters !
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