Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 22nd Mar 2006 19:40 UTC, submitted by jack
Mac OS X "As a long serving citizen of the Internet I have, in my time, accumulated membership to a number of email groups. It was in one of these groups that I first heard reports of a virus (Leap.A) that had started to infect Apple's Mac OS X operating system. I was not surprised that this had happened; in fact I was quite taken aback that it had not happened before! But I was flabbergasted by the response of the Mac Mafia to this news. The assumption that something is infallible is at best naive and at worst stupid; it can only invite trouble."
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RE: What problem
by bryanv on Wed 22nd Mar 2006 20:38 UTC in reply to "What problem"
bryanv
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2005-08-26

Because fear-mongering is how consultants and bankers make money, silly pleb.

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RE[2]: What problem
by Tyr. on Wed 22nd Mar 2006 20:55 in reply to "RE: What problem"
Tyr. Member since:
2005-07-06

Because fear-mongering is how consultants and bankers make money, silly pleb.

You also gotta love the fact there is an ad for an anti-virus package for mac right next to the headline.

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