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[aprssig] HOW A CLEAN TNC LOOK

Amir Findling sarlabs at twcny.rr.com
Thu Jan 25 11:59:27 UTC 2007


The way I understood it, Julien really meant TNC bug, as in an 
unintentional glitch  in the software that makes the TNC malfunction 
and  not a virus,  as in malicious malware introduced intentionally in 
order to cause harm and/or reproduce itself from unit to unit.

 

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Dave Baxter wrote:
> "Packet Virus" ????
>
> Please explain, have I missed something?  Is something nasty propagating
> from TNC to TNC on Kenwoods then?
>
> Dave G0WBX.
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>
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> From: julien mervyn dedier 
> Sent: Wednesday, January 24, 2007 9:35 AM
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> Subject: [aprssig] HOW A CLEAN TNC LOOK
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> When you have a clean free tnc from packet virus you see no question
> mark or bird marking in the tnc data ,tnc data show you clean raw data
> of the station as what is shown below,i have seen hams in the island and
> else where,hams selling their radios because the tnc not functioning. 
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