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    Default Invasion of Brower Snatchers

    I read the article by Lincoln Spector regarding 'Invasion of Brower Snatchers'.

    I currently am having a problem with unwanted emails (membership to porn sites etc)to an old email address I discontinued about 12 months ago.

    I have had an occurrence of the JS.Exception.Exploit virus within the last 2 weeks.

    Are these connected?

    The old email address is not included in the list to be to be checked by Outlook Express and I don't understand how these emails are finding me.

    On searching my computer the only reference to the old email address (and others) is in two *.rsc files.

    What is an 'rsc' file?

    Any comments re this would be appreciated.

    Steve


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    Default Re: Invasion of Brower Snatchers

    What is a '.RSC' file?

    To find the most likely definition for any extension in general:
    http://whatis.techtarget.com/fileFor...3,sid9,00.html

    You won't find much help on '.RSC' though - it's a generic 'Resource file' which could be used by anything.

    Cheers,
    Alan Carpenter

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