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Been to the loo tonight??

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by poohdog, Mar 30, 2011.


  1. poohdog

    poohdog PetForums VIP

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    Boa constrictor found by little girl in loo in Hannover.Police photographed it but by the time the animal catcher arrived it slid back down....:blink:...betcha life in Hannover they're heading for the bushes instead.

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  2. ClaireLouise

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    Anyone else worried about clicking on links that have no info? I dont want a virus :eek:
     
  3. Bandy

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    It's harmless....

    though, the shock of seeing that in my toilet would cause more inadvertent damage to my bathroom than any virus could cause my comp.

    :D

    Besides...any antivirus software that's worth a sh*t will block bad sites.
     
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    now its safe ive looked lol. I would have been out the door so quick if i saw that




    I havent got great virus software hence the reason I asked
     
  5. poohdog

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    Link removed now...same difference.
     
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  7. Bandy

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    Avira..its free.
    Malwarebytes Anti Malware..though..not really an antivirus..more of a malware remover, it does block bad sites.
    Malwarebytes grabs some of the nastiest things lurking the web and rips them out of your comp by the roots..it also creates a log for use on assistance sites in case there just so happened to be something its NOT able to remove on its own.

    Both are free and the tops at doing their job
    I run both on my comp.
     
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    Ive got AVG is that as good? Thanks for the advice. I did orginally have Norton but it ran out recently and it is quite expensive to replace
     
  9. Bandy

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    Norton I hate. Why it comes already installed on machines I have no idea.

    I had AVG...but it gave too many false positives...like a nervous Netty.
    It's good at blocking bad things though.

    Do get the malwarebytes. It catches things your antivirus won't and will eradicate them as well.


    Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware: Malwarebytes
     
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