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How to tell if a Security bulletin came from
||You should first subscribed to
Microsoft Security Update for Home Users and Small Businesses e-mail
||Microsoft will *NEVER* send file
||Microsoft sends the bulletins in plain text
ONLY. Never in HTML or formatted (RTF) e-mail.
||Microsoft ALWAYS digitally signs the message with a
the free version to verify the message.
||Microsoft *NEVER* links directly to the
patch. Only to a Security Bulletin that has a link to the patch. (The link will start
with http://www.microsoft.com )
||Enable Windows Update Client. (How-To coming
Support (PSS) will never send out a e-mail with an attachment. They will
only e-mail you after you have requested the file or PSS has offered it to
you. They will e-mail you a link directly to the file with a password for
the file with a
www.microsoft.com/technet/security (Corporate Users/Admin's)
Anti-Virus venders. I have listed mostly free ones, and the one I suggest,
Norton Anti-Virus on my other website.
Some parts referenced from
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