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[filmscanners] Re: Trying to track down a problem



Arthur Entlich wrote:
> I use AVG on all my systems now, and it seems to be working well.  I
> also do Spybot and Adaware scans every week or two, and use a double
> firewall (hardware and software) and I have disabled my email client
> address books from the beginning, all in an attempt to keep thing clean
> as I can, but I do understand there is no such thing as 100% security
> these days, as there are now trojans and viruses out there that are
> stealth.

I have a suspicious nature which has proved to be as good as 100% security. 
From my
first IBM PC with its 16KB system board to this day I have never had a virus, 
spyware,
or malware of any kind on any machine I have ever owned. In fact, the only time 
I ever
used a computer that became infected was while I was working at Microsoft in 
the 90s as
a technical writer. An early build of Windows NT became infected with a virus 
twice via
one of the corporate servers. Curiously, some of the servers weren't 
particularly well
protected.

On Windows XP Prof. I use Counterspy anti-spyware and Kaspersky Internet 
Security.
Kaspersky goes well beyond just signature checking with strong heuristics and 
proactive
defense. I reject attachments in email and am cautious about what little I 
might choose
to click on. That's as close to 100% as anyone is ever going to get.

--
Cary Enoch Reinstein...  aka enochsvision, Enoch's Vision Inc.
Photography, poetry http://www.enochsvision.com/ Blog 
http://enochsvision.wordpress.com/
Behind all these manifestations is the one radiance, which shines through all 
things.
The function of art is to reveal this radiance through the created object.  
~Joseph Campbell

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