Re: [infoguys-list] If anyone has any sent email in their email box they did ...
- Aaron, I am not sure what you mean by, " to question it being opened is rather silly." I never questioned anything. And I do so apologize for grouping Kaspersky in with the other Anti-Virus software that is out on the market today. Reading the article from the link that you sent reminds me that I don't know it all. Thank you for setting me straight on that one. I did, however, group the software with Norton and McAffee because computers have come into our store with viruses and Kaspersky was installed on the machine. I did not mean to imply that I was also grading Internet Security software. I was basically stating facts from my own experience that there are software programs out there that claim to be the one true anti-virus program to be had.
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--- On Tue, 11/16/10, Aaron Simons <securedsolutions@...>
From: Aaron Simons <securedsolutions@...>
Subject: Re: [infoguys-list] If anyone has any sent email in their email box they did ...
Date: Tuesday, November 16, 2010, 7:06 PM
I appreciate that you seem to know, and want to help with people
having issues in regard to PC security, but when doing so, please be
sure you are correct when offering that advice.
First off, an email can be sent to spam for many reasons, and can do
so simply for having keywords that will identify that email as a
possible spam communication.
That being said, to question it being opened is rather silly.
I don't mean to sound harsh, but if your also grading internet
security software, then perhaps you should read a bit more carefully
before doing so. Kaspersky detected that virus/worm in 2008, and I
will guarantee you that Kaspersky is at the top of the game and heres
the proof just on the one you mentioned.
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