Bob, I understand and agree that being informed will keep you safe from most viruses, but how do you protect yourself from the types that auto execute without opening anything? Pam >> > >Hi Steve, >I've never ran an anti virus program on my computers for more than a check. > >I don't need to. >I get plenty of action running it on other peoples computers. >Usually, the darn things slow down their computers, or don't catch a bug, >because they don't update. > >I also think it is possible that a lot of antivirus programs give >a lot of false >alarms. > >They do have their purpose, so don't read this as I'm totally >anti-anti-virus. >:O) > > >Bob Noble >> To unsubscribe from this list send an email to pcductape-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with 'unsubscribe' in the Subject field OR by logging into the Web interface.