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Location: Modesto, Ca.
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You are fighting with a very respected member here and also part of our staff.

I know him very well and he is no Mac hater and for sure not a Windows lover. Unix geek actually. All he is saying is nothing is perfect and that is very true. I love OSX and feel it's the most secure OS out there at least for normal people, but in the future some smart person could write something and compromise it. I know, I have heard it for the last 10 years and nothing major, but as James Bond said, NEVER SAY NEVER! Being safe and taking precautions is not a bad thing.

I one time dared a hacker to compromise my Mac Mini. Even gave them my IP. Nothing, but there are some very smart people out there. I consider them very stupid to ruin someone else's computer, but code wise they are smart.
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