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10 Devastating Computer Viruses

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Published on Oct 25, 2011

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Zer0Mem0ry
If you bought mac because you are afraid that if you get windows, you get viruses, then you are genuinely retarded.
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Jakester! - The Darude Comment Critic
You know whats the worst? School laptops that are filled with browser advertisements and adware plugins... -_-
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filipinordabest
Miniclip should make a Plague Inc. -like game where you control a computer virus to shut down every computer in existence and bring people back to the pre-computer era. Anyone who agrees, like this opinion.
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Backless Chaps
I have the Mcafee virus. It takes over your whole computer and warns you every time you click on anything. -_-
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S B
Viruses these days are no fun, i remember in like 94 when viruses used to be fun and as they were making your life a living hell they would play music, display some funny text, make aski art, but now pretty much all viruses just infect for money, not for fun :(.
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hanz cruz
Mlg virus (666360420ILLUMINATI) When you try to open a file it will airhorn and Quickscope u and rests ins pieces
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Matrilwood
Pfft. Who needs a virus when EA can, and do, steal your data legally?
krazimuffin
Around 2007/08 I created a simple code that made a PC appear as if it had the BSOD whenever the screensaver kicked on. I put it on a thumb drive then I'd hit Circuit City, Staples, and Best Buy plugging the thumb drive into each computer and let it do its thing. I would wait a few minutes until I was done just to watch the glorious wall of monitors all showing the BSOD simultaneously. Maybe I had no life but it was worth it to see the look on the employees and "techs" faces.
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brdane
I wish viruses today could be as interesting as they were when the internet first made its name into the world.... nowadays it's just fake software scamming people out of their money.
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Constipated OhTwo
"Your computer is being investigated by the FBI. Thank you for your cooperation." DAMMIT THEY FOUND MY STASH!
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