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Subject: Re: The language barrier........

Author: Michael Yee

Date: 16:42:08 05/30/05

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On May 30, 2005 at 10:46:41, Christopher Conkie wrote:

>I'm afraid not Peter.
>Every one here knows what your "emails" are like as well, after the one that you
>falsified from your website host and posted in this forum some time ago.
>If you got a reply from Symantec you will be able to say who you spoke to there
>and will be able to post that one as well. I also have no idea whatsoever why
>you are so hellbent on proving that the worm was an accident and that the Fafis
>author is right. Could it be that Fafis was in CCT7? It is irrelevant anyway,
>even if that is not your reason.
>We have seen no explanation from the Fafis author anywhere as to how this came
>to be. He has been given every opportuinity both privately and in this public
>place to explain.

Actually, he explained it in the winboard forum (a while ago):

>I have also done all that can be done to show you that this worm does not work
>like that. Also to you I say as well......once again.......
>This is a worm, not a virus.
>If you want to post the mail from Symantec please do, I however think that it is
>like most other things that come from you, complete fiction. You will of course
>be able to forward the original mail to me as well, won't you? :-)
>Doubtful. But if you can, do it.
>We are looking at all things, not just the worm. We are looking at the engine
>output, the debug, the disassembly etc......
>There has been no satifactory answer from the author. I do have a mail from him
>although that if you read it would nail this thing down completely.
>So far as I am concerned when ALL evidence is put together it is very
>compelling. I won't be using Fafis again. I suggest you do the same.
>One must always respect author's original works. I do not support those who

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