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Lately, there has been an increase in virus proliferation on the Internet. It's important to realize that the burden of protection falls on the end user.

You should protect yourself against virus threats when visiting web pages, downloading files from any source, using CD's and floppy disks, and accessing email.

You can find a comprehensive list of strategies for minimizing virus damage at the Carnegie Mellon University CERT Coordination Center:
http://www.cert.org/tech_tips/virusprotection.html

There's no absolute insurance against a virus threat on the Internet. But with vigilance, you can minimize your exposure.

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