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45934On a Windows machine, there are several choices better than Windows Defender. IPeter Ecclesine-last Thursday
45933The Y2k panic , as I experienced it, was primarily based on software that assumeP2V-last Thursday
45932My heartburn thoughts ... a long time ago, I decided to avoid using virus soP2V-last Thursday
45931I would suggest, from experience, that it is wise to be extremely careful about P2V-last Thursday
45930Hi elmat — Since Y2K occurred, there's been a divergence of opinion on whetaxial4last Wednesday
45929This is a strange sentence in that message: Although it primarily focuses on orgftth-last Tuesday
45928From McAfee, some advice concerning WannaCry malware. Includes mention of XP. --Frank A. Coluccio-last Tuesday
45927Operating System Market Share Worldwide WinXP 5.26% of desktPeter Ecclesine-last Tuesday
45926Return to Y2K panic: Huge market for panic upgrade: there are more PCs running elmatador-last Tuesday
45925I see a Y2K in the making here. This is just the creation of a scenario for majoelmatador-last Tuesday
45924Elsewhere, Thanks for this compilation of references. While on the subject, I&Frank A. Coluccio-May 15
45923"Worst-Ever Recorded" Ransomware Attack Strikes Over 57,000 Users WorlElsewhere3May 13
45922NSA-derived ransomware worm shutting down computers worldwide Wcry uses weaponsaxial-May 12
45921 I suppose this is rather like saying the bit coin as well as currency can be woAhda-May 11
45920Wireless is an access technology. Compromise someones wireless and you have accaladin-May 11
45919 I tend to think it is easier for us than it is for them but that could mean becAhda-May 11
45918Submarine cables carry Internet services, but there are many ways to get on the aladin-May 11
45917 Would I be correct to assume anyone and everyone can use the same cables providAhda-May 11
45916Ahda, The app also show nothing in the US - just at our coasts. Telegeography&aladin-May 11
45915Thanks, John. I had gone to Rob's site earlier in search of this one, but gFrank A. Coluccio-May 11
45914Frank, See: This is the RosteleCom system. Overland - not subseaaladin-May 11
45913Hi Ahda, Not ridiculous at all. On first glance it appears that Russia is devoFrank A. Coluccio-May 11
45912 Question and consider the source it is coming from in case it sounds ridiculousAhda-May 11
45911Verizon Snatches Straight Path from AT&T’s Grasp with $3.1B Offer wirelessweftth-May 11
45910[Submarine] This Proposed Policy Could Impact The International Cable Community.Frank A. Coluccio-May 10
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