Lets's Talk Computers - ESET  September 17, 2005
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Interview on September 17, 2005
Protection from Katrina Scams     Guest: Andrew Lee
ESET is a global security software solution company that provides next generation virus and malware protection

Andrew Lee, CTO gives us vital information on how to safely donate to the victims of Katrina disaster and to the rebuilding efforts. From the moment Katrina hit, the scammers went into overdrive with new ways to create chaos and scams, rather than help for the victims. Andrew's excellent tips include special sites that give us the necessary information so that we can better inform ourselves as to what results we can expect from our contribution.
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