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pip_010   4/22/2011 2:47:32 PM
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so was the winxp operator machine infected first and then the simens controllers ? also how stupid of simens to put a win in industry controller !!! duh. from what i got both the operator remote pc and controler were infected before-hand with the infamous M$ virus :)

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