Date: Fri, 9 Jan 2009 20:22:44 -0800
Reply-To: Trooz <trooz@ROADRUNNER.COM>
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From: Trooz <trooz@ROADRUNNER.COM>
Subject: Re: NVC at all (computer question)
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I agree. A subscription to the CIAC bulletins
http://www.ciac.org/ciac/bulletins.html will show that Apple folks can be a
little disingenuous about how virus or malicious code free they are.
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> Subject: Re: NVC at all (computer question)
> Eeek! Don't get complacent with a Mac. I'm an old enough crone to
> remember when Apple machines were the target for all the nasty stuff.
> Mischief follows market share. Currently Apple is gaining in market
> share (that may change with the release of Windows 7 which, I've read,
> is what Vista [spit!] should have been).
> Thanks for the review of the pay versus free versions. I'll consider
> upgrading, because I do use and value all three of these apps.
> '87 Westy 'Esmerelda Blanc'
> On Jan 9, 2009, at 9:16 AM, craig cowan wrote:
> > I didn't want to say it....
> > But i agree "Get a mac".
> > AVG is a really great free antivirus program.
> > Adaware and Spybot are good as well. In general all of these
> > programs are
> > exponentially nicer if you pay for them rather than the free copy.
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