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Originally posted by Snipa69 Snipa69 wrote:

Those come along all the time on AIM, I just run my AVG and Adaware SE and then restart my computer and it's gone.
Yea, lots of people have them, I get them sent through AIM all the time.  I click on it anyway, even though I can tell its a virus (by the file extension), because It won't affect me.

I'm gonna laugh when you get a virus just for being so stupid.
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Originally posted by bluemunky bluemunky wrote:

Originally posted by WGP guy2 WGP guy2 wrote:

Originally posted by Snipa69 Snipa69 wrote:

Those come along all the time on AIM, I just run my AVG and Adaware SE and then restart my computer and it's gone.
Yea, lots of people have them, I get them sent through AIM all the time.  I click on it anyway, even though I can tell its a virus (by the file extension), because It won't affect me.

I'm gonna laugh when you get a virus just for being so stupid.
I believe he has a mac. So it really won't effect him, since most AIM viruses are MS-DOS applications. So, gg.
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Have there every been any Mac viruses?

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Originally posted by .Ryan .Ryan wrote:

Have there every been any Mac viruses?
Definately. Most are targeted to windows users, as windows is the more common operating system between the two.

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Originally posted by Benjichang Benjichang wrote:

Originally posted by bluemunky bluemunky wrote:

Originally posted by WGP guy2 WGP guy2 wrote:

Originally posted by Snipa69 Snipa69 wrote:

Those come along all the time on AIM, I just run my AVG and Adaware SE and then restart my computer and it's gone.
Yea, lots of people have them, I get them sent through AIM all the time.  I click on it anyway, even though I can tell its a virus (by the file extension), because It won't affect me.

I'm gonna laugh when you get a virus just for being so stupid.
I believe he has a mac. So it really won't effect him, since most AIM viruses are MS-DOS applications. So, gg.


Linux, just as virus free as macs, and free.
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Originally posted by Benjichang Benjichang wrote:


Originally posted by .Ryan .Ryan wrote:

Have there every been any Mac viruses?
Definately.
Most are targeted to windows users, as windows is the more common
operating system between the two.

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Keep in mind that just because very few people try to code virii for OS X doesn't mean they could anyway. The Unix permission system makes it almost impossible for malicious code to damage your system. Of course, that's excluding a braindead user putting in their admin password.
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Originally posted by Benjichang Benjichang wrote:


Originally posted by .Ryan .Ryan wrote:

Have there every been any Mac viruses?
Definately.
Most are targeted to windows users, as windows is the more common
operating system between the two.

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I beleive their are something like, 6 in the world.

Also, os x > window
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Originally posted by choopie911 choopie911 wrote:



Also, os x > window

depends on what needs to be accomplished and how well one adapts to certain lines of technology.

there was an AIM targeted virus i saw run rampant a few weeks ago. it sent messages over aim saying "How do i look?" followed by a link containing the virus.

the easiest way to ensure you never get a virus like this is to not be such a n00b and click on everything people link you to.
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Have I not been saying this would happen? Hope you enjoy a clogged network...

Also I dont give my screen name to every person on the net. I only give it to people that I know will not aquire a virus and not intentionally send me one.


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Originally posted by skarshnik skarshnik wrote:

More sophisticated viruses come with the more sophisticated hardware.  Its simple really. 


Yeah, if you want to call windows swiss-cheese security "sophisticated" thats your business.
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