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#1 flea1977

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Posted 30 November 2010 - 01:27 AM

I gave up on fighting viruses years ago. Given the recent economic conditions I am getting my friends computers by the boat load. Instead of paying someone I am doing free work. I don't have a problem with that but I would like to try and figure out more about these pesty little critters. I have a degree in CS, BS, not BA. I also have minor in EE and Mathematics. I have been out of loop for while but imagine it won't take to long to come up to speed. So far I am batting 100% against the little bastards. That is doing reg line edit. I would like to take a further look at how to attack the root of the problem. Please contact me with any suggestions.

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