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While I fully agree with everyone, it is a waste of time and money, I must say that being careful does not hurt. If you have recently done something out of the ordinary, like open a word document attachment in a email from an unknown source, you may want to check.
While it is extremely unlikely for anyone using a Mac to get a virus, it is not 100% virus free. Just damn close. If you are experiencing some kind of odd behavior from your Mac, it is likely due to software incompatibilities or poorly written code. Create a another user and log in as that user to see if the problem persists.
One of the many benefits of life on the dark side.
That's funny... i always thought of Windoze as "the dark side" lol...
Being cautios is always good, but don't go and install Anti-virus software, if anything that will just slow down your cpu.
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