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ClamXav2.3.4 for was recommended by a former student. I trust him more than some random "user" and he said it should come with my computer.

That aside what do I need to do to install this program? Your response won't reach me in time. I'm drinking to The Who today.

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If you believe that you are getting files from places and people you don't trust, then having ClamXav is a good security blanket to run on the files that you download. We recommend people do this rather than a run-all-the-time virus scanner that is going to suck up bandwidth checking everything..

While there are no viruses (I shudder at the wrong English.. ) for the Mac, there have been Trojans and other malware that can wreak havoc on the system.

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