Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 1st May 2006 16:02 UTC
Apple "Daines was browsing the Web when he clicked on a series of links that promised pictures of an unreleased update to his computer's operating system. Instead, a window opened on the screen and strange commands ran as if the machine was under the control of someone - or something - else. Daines was the victim of a computer virus. Such headaches are hardly unusual on PCs running Windows. Daines, however, was using a Mac - a machine often touted as being immune to such risks." Remember boys and girls, this story is published on MSNBC.
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captain_knobjockey
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2005-08-23

hahahaha very funny raver31

that backfired on linuxhater a bit there.
but I concur, Windows has 150,000 virus variants and MAC/LINUX/BSD users can count the amount of virus on one hand of a Simpson character.

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