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From "J. Greenlees" <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] JAVASCRIPT VIRII - myth? or fact?
Date Wed, 23 Oct 2002 21:00:58 GMT
Nelson, Robert D. wrote:
>>>Yes.  Microsoft  Internet  Explorer, Microsoft Outlook, MSN 
>>>Microsoft  Outlook Express, Microsoft Word, Microsoft 
>>Excel..... There
>>>are more.......
> Ok, ok.  No M$ products.  :)
> Is there any actual documentation out there on this issue.  I'd like to know
> for my own protection (although I use Mozilla) and also since I'm expected
> to be somewhat of a www expert at my job.
>>I  should  add  that  most  of  these "features" as Microsoft actually
>>called  them,  have  been  limited  and do ask the user, or completely
>>prevent the scripts.
> Again, is there some docs out there?
>  ~ Robert

symantec has several listed,
search their databse for javascript virus.
if you use a web search disable javascript first, then key word 
"javascript virus"

you will get lots of results.

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