Date: Tue, 5-Mar-85 16:17:32 EST
Posted: Tue Mar 5 16:17:32 1985
Date-Received: Sat, 9-Mar-85 19:06:16 EST
Seems like there's a rash of this going aroound. First it was VDIR,
now SAP. I guess the only way to avoid this sort of thing is for ALL
RCP/M SYSOPS to copy any un-heard-of file to a floppy (unless this joker
renames it to an existing program... shiver) and test it out there. It's
certainly an inconvenience for RCP/M SysOps, but it's better than losing
the contents of your hard drive.
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Date: Monday, 4 March 1985 07:17-MST
Sender: Jim Forrest
From: Jim Forrest
Subject: SAP41 WARNING!!!
ReSent-Date: Tue 5 Mar 1985 07:28-MST
Downloaded SAP41.LBR and like a Sap I ran sap41. Lost 5 megabytes of
files. Erased all files then formatted 90% of directory tracks and
left me with mostly files that were already erased (maybe all it left
was files already erased).