Newsletter - December 28, 1998
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||December 28, 1998
+ NEW FEATURED ARTICLES ON THE GUIDE
A Robot and A Rishi - by Dr. Raj Mehta - December 19th, 1998
Do you think that computers will ever be able to "think"? This
article surveys the field of Artificial Intelligence and offers
a conclusion. It is a brief exposition of Indian spiritual
Get A Shorter Email Address - December 3rd, 1998
Tired of long email addresses? VSNL has now made it possible
to shorten your email address by providing forwarding email
services. VSNL TCP/IP account holders can now get email
addresses like email@example.com - and all this for FREE.
Hurry to get your new email address before it's taken.
Back Orifice - Watch Out - November 12th, 1998 (updated)
Back Orifice (BO) is a deadly trojan (similar to a virus)
which, once running on a machine, renders that machine
completely open and insecure to the Internet. Obviously, this
only happens when you are online, but the consequences could be
devastating. Formatting your Hard Disk Drive, reading your
files, etc are all things that BO can do. Find out whether you
have it and how you can get rid of it here.
+ WHERE TO FIND HELP
The Guide is all about help. So where can you find it?
- Download Free Net Software
Download.com's Top 10 - You missing any in the top 10?
Get Right -- Tired of disconnecting in the middle of a
download? Get Right will help you start downloading where
you left off.
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