Keeping your computer up to date and safe on the Internet.
At Allstocks.com we use several computers and servers during the course of a business day just like most other business. Keeping the computers and software current is a main priority for us just as it should be for
most any single computer user , network or systems manager.
It is amazing how many single computer users and networked business don’t update their computers software and less importantly the hardware. If your computer connects to the Internet or a network then you need
to be updating your software regularly. Not updating the software can lead to a completely wiped out hard drive or worse! Another words all of your computers files or information can be lost and or worse shared with
the entire Internet world.
Updating your systems software won’t guarantee protection from a loss but it will make it much more unlikely. Losses can also be caused by other factors such as hard drive failure to name one.
Updating your computers software
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If your network uses other protocols for e-mail delivery other than SMTP (for example, POP3), Klez could find its way onto your network without your SMTP proxy getting the chance to
strip the executable attachment. KLEZ FORWARDS RANDOM FILES In the last 30 days, experts have found that Klez.H sometimes attaches a random file from your hard drive into the infected e-mail it sends from your
machine. Thus, a Klez.H-infected e-mail will include two attachments. One is the infected .EXE, .BAT, .PIF or .SCR file, and the second is some random file from the sender's computer. Although this second file
is not infected by the worm, it could contain sensitive information the sender does not intend you to see. If you are infected with Klez.H, know that it could send sensitive documents to your e-mail contacts. This
ZDnet story <http://techupdate.zdnet.co.uk/story/0,,t481-s2108922,00.html>
includes details on this aspect of Klez.H. KLEZ FORGES "FROM" AND "TO" E-MAIL HEADERS Some of your may already know that Klez.H will forge the "From:" header with a random e-mail
address it finds on the infected PC. This means that if you receive the Klez.H worm, the person it appears to be from is not really the person who sent it. Many professionals are worried that this worm will harm
their reputation since their clients might see their e-mail address as the sender. If you receive Klez.H e-mails, keep in mind it is not really coming from the sender you see in the e-mail header. Finally, if you
are accused of sending the Klez.H worm you could send your accuser this article <http://www.wired.com/news/technology/0,1282,52055,00.html> from Wired in order to clear up the misunderstanding. MORE INFORMATION For more information, see sources such as Symantec at: <http:/firstname.lastname@example.org>
Allstocks.com’s systems and or servers have not been infected with and or sent out to anyone the W32.Klez.H@mm virus or any other virus.