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Subject:VIRUSES From:Gregg Roberts <gregg -dot- roberts -at- TPOINT -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 6 Dec 1994 09:37:33 -0600
I understood that computer viruses can only be transmitted via EXE files (in
the PC world), or other executable files, and even then, only if you RUN the
executable. Is this not so? --Not that I'll feel free to go ahead and
download the xxx.1 or Good Times files we've been warned about on this list,
just to clarify.