APHB demo disc contains virus

APHB Demo Discs Contain Virus

Note: This information does not directly relate to shockwave radio. However, if anyone has picked up a demo disc labeled 2010 in print and Braille fro either the ACB or NFB conventions, this directly affects you. Below I will paste a copy of an email that I received from Chris Danielsen, containing all of the information.

Important Announcement from American Printing House for the Blind

The American Printing House for the Blind was an exhibitor at the NFB National Convention in Dallas this year. During convention, they distributed their catalog on a CD-ROM disc.

Unfortunately, they have discovered that, despite multiple virus checks during the production process, a virus ended up on the final duplicated discs. However, only a few hundred discs were distributed before the problem was discovered.

If you picked up a CD-ROM from American Printing House for the Blind at convention, please visit this link ( http://www.aph.org/virus.htm

to learn more about the virus and instructions on removal.

Chris Danielsen is head of public relations at the national center in Baltimore of the National Federation of the Blind. It’s unfortunate that this has to be the bad news blog post, but hopefully after this, we’ll be back to normal plans! Here at shockwave radio, we look out for our listeners, because they are more than just a statistic, they are a family. Please tell anyone else you may know about this information.

From Posted by: Gary Kammerer, social networking outreach manager, shockwave radio


~ by DJ GFire on July 20, 2010.

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