Viruses, hoaxes and bugs

  • This is the place to check out to conduct a search and see if the warning you received is valid or an Internet Hoax.
  • Another interesting site relates to Chain Letters - This is a great site to remind people to ignore (delete) these virus warnings. The real virus may be the spread of pointless e-mail messages. Each well-meaning person tells ten others, who in turn tell ten others. This site explains that you cannot get a virus from e-mails. (You may get something from downloading an e-mail attachment.) Email may be annoying, but not infectious. This site is no longer maintained, but it does point you to a number of other locations.
  • We use Norton Systemworks, but I personally like Dr. Solomon's page. It seems a little more user friendly.

Scams, Urban Legends & Other False Information

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