|Received:||3/15/2004 12:00:00 AM|
|Organization:||Patterson Law Office|
|Agency:||Federal Trade Commission|
Add me to the list of people against this "unsolicited porno" that keeps popping up on my office E-Mail! It always comes from the name of "w32.Netsky.D@mm", also "w32.Netsky.C@mm" and it has an Item description of "mp3music.pif". Also, when one of the secretaries was looking up some Social Security Forms, she found "porn" at "www.mp3-songs.social security.com/social security administration". My husband and I are in our "80s" and this was very upsetting and embarrassing to us and the entire staff. It would seem that the "mp3" prefix leads to no good! Thank You.