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Chris Cardell

Stop reading… it’s too dangerous!

According to PC Tools, today (November 24) could be the worst day of 2008 for malicious cyber activity. PC Tools most famous for Spyware Doctor and Registry Mechanic have come to this conclusion after examining data from over 500,000 computers.

VirusChristmas and Thanksgiving are thought to be the cause. Virus makers and hackers see the surge of non-technical internet shoppers as an opportunity.

Keep your anti-virus software up-to-date, use your common sense and don’t look at anything naughty. You’ll be fine.

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  • den

    my sarcasm senses are tingly.

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    Thanks God I’m on Mac but hey, I don’t stop reading…;)


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