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    Deleting viruses in the System Volume Information folder in Windows XP.

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  • Forecast & Review: Exchange

    The foremost concern on everyone's mind this past year was security, security, security. Between Code Red, Nimda and the other slew of viruses, worms and Trojans that spread throughout the industry, more systems were affected in 2001 than in the last five years combined.

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  • Dos & don’ts: Get ready for the new viruses, part 2

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  • Five ways to guard against e-mail viruses

    Don't use Outlook and Outlook Express. This may not be realistic advice in the real world, but you should at least use Love Bug as a reason to re-evaluate what your shop standards are for e-mail clients. Viruses often target Outlook and/or Outlook Express; using other clients minimizes your...

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  • Notepad will not start

    A computer was hit by an unknown virus, and Notepad will not start up anymore. How do I replace the bad startup files or find out which ones are corrupted?

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    Doctor Don is making a house call. His patient has a virus, and that makes him mad.

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