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From scott comer <wer...@mac.com>
Subject Fwd: Software white-list request completed.
Date Tue, 19 Oct 2010 16:41:32 GMT
  yay!

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: 	Software white-list request completed.
Date: 	Tue, 19 Oct 2010 22:05:09 +0530
From: 	Software White-List Requests 
<SoftwareWhite-ListRequests@symantec.com>
To: 	wert1y@mac.com



Hi,

We are writing in relation to your application through Symantec's 
on-line Software White-listing Request form for your Apache etch 
Software version 1.1.0 . Symantec has decided to add this software to 
its white-list.  The white-list is used in internal quality assurance 
processes and also by the cloud for some products. This inclusion should 
reduce the possibility of false positive detections by Symantec 
products, but Symantec cannot guarantee that false positives will not 
occur.  In the event of continued reports of false positives, please 
notify us through Symantec's on-line Security Risk/False Positive 
Dispute Submission form available at: 
https://submit.symantec.com/dispute. Symantec's decision is not a 
certification or endorsement of your software in any way, and you are 
expressly advised by this message that Symantec does not consent to you 
disclosing that Symantec has added your software to its white-list, or 
that Symantec has evaluated, endorsed or certified your software in any 
manner, directly or indirectly.  Please note also that decisions made by 
Symantec are subject to change depending on a variety of factors that 
include but are not limited to alterations in the software, distribution 
of the software, or vulnerabilities in the software to misuse by the 
publisher or others.  Symantec may also change its classification 
criteria and policies over time to address the constantly evolving 
security landscape.

*Security Response Operations QA Engineering*

*Security Technology and Response (STAR)*

*Symantec*


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