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Re: Quarantine your infected users spreading malware

  • From: Jason Frisvold
  • Date: Tue Feb 21 11:27:10 2006
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On 2/21/06, [email protected] <[email protected]> wrote:
> Oddly enough, AOL and several other large providers seem to have no problems
> advertising some variant on 'free A/V software'.

Key words there.. "Large Provider" ..  I don't think A/V companies
have any interest whatsoever in smaller providers..  Just not a big
enough customer base I guess...

It would be nice to see an A/V provider willing to take that first
step and offer something like this to providers, regardless of size. 
No packaging needed, so there's a cost savings there for the vendor.

I'm not familiar with how this works in AOL land..  Does the end-user
need to subscribe to anything other than AOL?  ie, are there any
"hidden" fees?

Jason 'XenoPhage' Frisvold
[email protected]