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Thursday, April 28, 2011

Readers comment on the LizaMoon infection story

Readers comment on the LizaMoon infection story

By Fred Langa

The recent LizaMoon Top Story generated a deluge of reader e-mails!

Some of the letters criticized my actions — but most of the letters requested additional details and some asked excellent "what if?" questions.

The questions and comments about the story fell into several broad categories, broken out below — some with an example question that stands in for many similar ones...

That's the only topic in this week's Windows secrets column: answering some great reader mail about the LizaMoon infection I deliberately allowed onto my PC.

Readers comment on the LizaMoon infection story

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