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Re: [Full-Disclosure] sco.com Press Release
From: cdowns (cdownsdrippingdead.com)
Date: Mon Feb 02 2004 - 09:11:03 CST
If this was the case then all home users should be entitled to damages
and recieve compensational payment when this all settles out .. . . Aint
Corps will recieve money's, insurance etc . . The end user will be
stiffed /BUT/ included in the internet virus tally carnage report
w0rd - my 2 cents. . .
>On Mon, 02 Feb 2004 08:52:55 GMT, Dean Ashton <da5ukc.ac.uk> said:
>>“Security experts are calling Mydoom the largest virus attack ever to
>>hit the Internet, costing businesses and computer users around the world
>>in excess of $1 billion in lost productivity and damage,” said Darl
>>now does that sound a little excessive to anyone else?
>If you assume there's 200 million people who got sent a copy of either
>the virus or the A/V spam replies, and that people make an average of
>$10/hour, if they spent an average of 30 minutes cleaning the crap out
>of their mailboxes, or waiting for an e-mail with important info to
>clear through a server, or anything else in the way of inconvenience, they're
>up to a billion right there.
>Doesn't sound excessive to me.
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