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ALERT: Do not use Microsoft. There is no known way
to safely connect a Microsoft based computer to
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This test was developed for a 4th & 5th grade computer workshop. Every child passed the test. Over 80% of the class scored at least a "B". We suggest that if you do not score higher than the children, that you revoke your license to drive on the information superhighway.
No one is sure that these viruses aren't leaving
remnants/backdoors behind. The only way you can know
for sure is to throw away the machines. The next
best alternative would be to reformat the harddrive
and re-install the operating system.
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