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Re: Computer trojans, worms, and the like.


I couldn't agree more. I have seen 2 viruses on Macs that came from customer files
at work. Nothing off of the internet as of yet (knock on wood). Maybe it has to do
with the ease that the windows system can be corrupted or is it most of the asses
creating virus run windows.

Just speculation on my part.

Ray Wiegand

John Lanier wrote:

> Along these same lines, Narda, we MAC users just chug happily along
> simpy deleting all the clutter about the 50,000 windows viruses!  Seems
> to me the best solution (Protection?) to this whole problem is just to
> buy a MAC. Apparently nobody wants to do MAC users in the way they do
> Windows users.

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