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It was a legitimate question that you answered yourself, and asking the same kinds of questions relating to the same topic ad nauseam doesn't add a lot of value to the forum..

We realize that you have questions about virus/malware and so on. Being concerned about your system is fine and we've tried to quell those concerns with useful responses. But running one anti-virus after another and posting every report that those software generate is hardly useful.

As was explained in your various posts, OS X is a much more secure operating system than others out there, and with a little bit of due diligence on your part, you can keep yourself and your data fully protected without the overhead of anti-virus applications. If you, however, wish to run a few of these software that's your prerogative, but you have already received the answer on our stance in these forums..

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