in: bl; bl > 2011-06-08;
Route analysis wise and to think that was only 2 months ago.
re bug - apparently there is some new term for getting speared by malicious email purported to be from friendly source. Sadly I can't provide any guidance in his quarter.
I got that e-mail from Jeff's address too, but it had a suspicious subject line so I just deleted without opening. There's a chance, if you were infected, that it will raid your e-mail addresses and start sending out infected messages in your name. That's how it multiplies.
Basic rule: never open a .php web site address. Or anything not expected.
I also got a couple emails from a jshapiro address. U expected and quickly deleted.
Very interesting. An email from Jeff might have been expected due to fall A meet.
A "hyperlink" (expression from a savvy 30ish y/o at work) should be avoided. Had Jeff said "Bob, take a look at this" above the link, it would have been authenticated - I guess.
Sorry - that should have read "unexpected". Slippery fingers on my iPad. And yes, it is the hyperlinks in the jargon.
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