So as I write we're in the grip of the worst virus attack ever. I'm getting dozens of them per hour in my mailbox, and dozens more automatic replies from mail servers that think I have sent them a virus, because they don't realize that there is such a thing as mail address spoofing. On reflection, I should say "the worst virus attack so far" because there are bound to be more to come. And what do we hear so often that the root cause of the exploits is that allows the viruses and worms to take grip? Buffer…
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