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Alison Pechenick has sent you a story from Computerworld.com,
and would like you to read it!
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Hello all,

This article seems particularly helpful in its details - might interest some of our students as well as ourselves.

Regards,

Alison

P.S.  JW and CM:  Note the concise answer to the *nux/Mac vulnerability question...
	
	
WMF FAQ: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

As Windows users look to fend off attacks related to the recently disclosed Windows Metafile (WMF) vulnerability, <i>Computerworld</i> Security channel editor Angela Gunn has put together an extensive FAQ on the flaw, how it works, what systems are affected and what you can do until Microsoft’s patch is released Jan. 10.
http://www.computerworld.com/securitytopics/security/holes/story/0,10801,107482,00.html

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