basic - continued

Odd iodine at
Mon Feb 8 15:24:13 UTC 2010

Johnneylee Rollins wrote:
>> Yes, I have, but it still can't predict an attack that has yet to be
>> invented.  I believe too strongly in the inventiveness of mankind to
>> really trust /any/ anti-virus, no matter how well-touted.
> So no protection is the best protection? I'm probably being a bit
> extreme. But this argument always ends up with a "unplug your machine
> from the interwebs".

That's not what he said either. Just that you shouldn't trust any
anti-virus 100%. Because there's no such thing as a perfect
anti-virus. It's better to have some protection, than no protection
at all, of course. That's my opinion.


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