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i'm quiet sure i'll regret taunting the networking gods, but i'm going to do it anyway. for some reason, i haven't received that many sobig related spams over the last few days, despite it being declared the biggest virus so far:

"E-mail filtering company MessageLabs, for instance, said it intercepted more than a million messages that carry the virus on Tuesday, while rival Postini trapped 2.6 million in 24 hours."

don't get me wrong, i'm still getting my fair share of spam and whatnot, which is the inevitable casualty of having a public personality on the internet but, for me at least, sobig was notso. i wonder why.

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8/20/2003 08:41:00 PM 0 comments


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