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This is a discussion on WRX vs. BMW M5 within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; I got the following message on my e-mail. The Declude Virus software on bimmerforums.com has reported that you sent an ...

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    Registered User Rich10's Avatar
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    Be careful with bimmerforums.com

    I got the following message on my e-mail.

    The Declude Virus software on bimmerforums.com has reported that you
    sent an E-mail to Mike@bimmerforums.com, containing the Unknown Virus virus in the
    Unknown File attachment. The subject of the E-mail was "Re: Screensaver".
    The E-mail containing the virus has been quarantined to prevent further damage.


    I never sent a message to anyone on bimmerforums.com. I did go to the website. I'm just posting this as a warning that this might not be a safe site.
    2002 WRX WRB

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    most likely you had a worm that dug thru your cached webpages and sent off an email to his email addie.

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    thanks WRXin, i'll check the texas forum out
    Not yet an owner, but STi is coming

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    hey, you guys need to read BMPOWER's entry in the bimmerforum thread on page 5. He pretty much told all the flamin' BMW owners to shut the fark up.

    He owns both a BMW M3 and an WRX and said no BMW, short of an M series, has a chance in hell to beat a WRX in performance. lol.

    honesty is a pretty brutal thing. lol.

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