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This is assuming the guest os has not been patched. Guest OS is using shared networking under OS 10.2.6....

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    Default Question: Is a VPC installation vulnerable to the MSBlast worm?

    This is assuming the guest os has not been patched. Guest OS is using
    shared networking under OS 10.2.6.
    jemmy Guest

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    Default Re: Question: Is a VPC installation vulnerable to the MSBlast worm?

    jemmy ducks <invalid> wrote in message news:<120820031959193789%invalid>... 

    It should be. Just wait a bit to find out! :-)

    David
    David Guest

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    Default Re: Question: Is a VPC installation vulnerable to the MSBlast worm?

    On Tue, 12 Aug 2003 21:59:19 -0500, jemmy ducks wrote
    (in message <120820031959193789%invalid>):
     

    yes.

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    Default Re: Question: Is a VPC installation vulnerable to the MSBlast w

    In article <120820031959193789%invalid>,
    jemmy ducks <invalid> wrote:
     

    Yes, I would expect it to be vulnerable if you have VPC set up
    to have access to your internet connection.


    Simon Guest

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