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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Fortunately, the details were also on Symantec [symantec.com]. My manager opened it up (fortunately, he has Eudora so it didn't propogate) and I spent the next hour re-installing Norton (he had an old version that doesn't have e-mail protection) and taking out the virus.

    Fun fun...

    Jason

    PS: Where I can find out more about this heur. stuff you talk about?

    • You have to call our salespeople to get info on the heuristic stuff. Basically, we detect email viruses by checking if the email (or attachment) is trying to do something malicious, like mail itself all over the place, or open files, etc. It's more complex than that, but you get the idea. We have an almost zero false positive ratio, and a 100% anti-virus guarantee, which so far (2 months) we've kept to for all customers. We also run through 4 commercial scanners, just to be sure.

      And yes, it's written in P