Internet virus e-mails are as pesky to deal with as human viral illness.
Internet virus packets work in the same way as a human virus. In and of
themselves they are not harmful, but when they get sucked in a biological cell
or in a computer operating system the cell or the operating system executes the programing code they hold and creates havok.
Having a viral filter on your gateway, mail server, and desktop is a must in
today's world. It is not uncommon for an average network ito be attacked by 100
virus packets per week or more. Microsoft desktops are more susceptible to
viral attacks than Linux desktops, but both need to have virus packets filtered
from their e-mail.
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