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Topic # 7688 3-May-2006 11:11
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This is rather interesting. Do you want to know what your ideal job should be?Cool
Download this small excel spreadsheet (216k) and it will tell you!

http://www.uploading.com/

[Moderator edit: link to actual file removed]

Have fun!

Wink

Feel free to share what your 'ideal job' should be..
as for me..Apparently I'm to be a NUN! Tongue out

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Reply # 34617 3-May-2006 11:26
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How safe is this and could this be considered URL dropping (SPAM)

And I am sure I don't need a excel spread sheet to tell me what why ideal job is





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Reply # 34618 3-May-2006 11:27
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No not SPAM.... don't worry.
It's just an XLS file and I uploaded into this site so you can download it.

Not an EXE file so no virus or anything.

It's meant to be funny..nothing harmful. Trust me.   

If you look at the top there, you just have to type in a number and press "Start Download"







 
 
 
 


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Reply # 34619 3-May-2006 11:29
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Still looks like SPAM to me


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Reply # 34620 3-May-2006 11:48
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ngmi: No not SPAM.... don't worry.
It's just an XLS file and I uploaded into this site so you can download it.

Not an EXE file so no virus or anything.

It's meant to be funny..nothing harmful. Trust me.


Heard of Macro Virues? They are MS Office document borne (Word, Excell etc).
General rule of thumb is not to run unknown or untrusted documents with such executable content.

Office 2004 : Mac has this to say in its help:
About macro viruses
A macro virus is a type of computer virus that's stored in the macros in a document or template. When you open an affected document or perform an action that triggers a macro virus, the macro virus can become active, be transmitted to your computer, and be stored in a hidden document or other undetectable location. From that point on, every document you save can be "infected" automatically with the macro virus. If other users open infected documents, the macro virus can also be transmitted to their computers.
Microsoft Office doesn't scan your floppy disk, hard disk, removable media, or network drive to find and remove macro viruses. If you want this kind of protection, you need to purchase and install anti-virus software. However, Office can display a warning message whenever you open a document that contains macros. You can then decide whether to open the document with the macros enabled, or to disable the macros so that you can only view and edit them. A macro virus can only be harmful if it is allowed to run, so disabling the macros allows you to open the document safely.





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Reply # 34621 3-May-2006 12:03
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Because of the fact that users of the hosting service get paid for people downloading their files, I am treating this as spam, although I will leave the file host base URL for those who want to see what the world is turning into. (But the link to the file is gone unless you wish to trawl the host looking for it....)




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Reply # 34622 3-May-2006 12:05
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Geez..well, you know how much I know abt viruses. I know this spreadsheet has no macros. You just type your name in and it generates a job for you.

Well, I just wanted to share some funny stuff but guess it's just too hard.
Look you don't have to download it if you don't trust it ok.



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Reply # 34623 3-May-2006 12:10
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ngmi: Geez..well, you know how much I know abt viruses.

No, actually, I dont.

I know this spreadsheet has no macros.

Mmmm theres an assurance you cant ignore.

You just type your name in and it generates a job for you.

Yer, seen similar ones a thousand times. My hooker name, my job, my south park character etc etc ad nauseum

Well, I just wanted to share some funny stuff but guess it's just too hard.

There are LOTS of humour sites who im sure would value your input, and help make you some cash...

uploaderwhatever.com: Register your webmaster account at Uploading.com and start earn money with us!

Uploading.com upgrades its service and introduces a partner program for the users that frequently upload files to our servers. Now you will be able to make money by uploading your files. Register your Webmaster account at our site and get up to $5 for every 1000 of downloads of your files.

Earn 5% from the income of each master involved with you.


Look you don't have to download it if you don't trust it ok.

Ok.




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