Posted 25 June 2010 - 04:11 PM
Hey guys. Sorry to get in the middle of this one, but I just have a few things to say. I totally agree with Romeo29 and others who don't agree with the proposal for ISPs. They have no right to monitor us. In my opinion, I say, it's 2010, it's the new age, get with it, and everyone should learn how to deal with their own dang malware issues! And it's not a sin to get infected as long as you didn't purposely click something,. For instance, my friend from Ny. She got a rootkit on her computer, and folks, it most certainly wasn't her fault. Supposedly some dued from, we think the UK, hacked her and physically put it there! Now i know that on this board, the philosophy is malware on a user's computer, automatically the user's fault, well not exactly. My May issue is a great example. I clicked a file, and every security program told me it was fine, so you think I didn't click it? Why wouldn't I? When I knew it was malware, I just relaxed, went to where Win Patrol pointed me, deleted the files I knew to be malicious, and everything was fine. NOD helped me out in the end. That's the way it should be for all users these days. Computers are the new age, and I see the day when there is no more paper, no more snail mail, and all electronic. In terms of linux. If you look at securelist.com, there is one virus that jumps out at me for that system and like 499 others. ever heard of virus.Linux.4096? That's KL's term for a nasty old file infector that only infects linux systems. Sorry for the rant, but I've gotta let it out somewhere.
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