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 The Attack from Hell! 
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MrMazda92 wrote:
I do my banking on my iPhone, I have yet to meet somebody who's had their iPhone "hacked". That's about the only time I would suggest a Mac either.

Except GSM has been broken for years...:-P

Anywho I prefer my way for two reasons.
1.) I don't lose anything or risk losing anything
2.) I learn.

I guess really, its personal preference seeing as how I know a few of my friends say just about the same thing as you. To each their own? :-P

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September 18 2010, 8:43 AM
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MrMazda92 wrote:
I do my banking on my iPhone, I have yet to meet somebody who's had their iPhone "hacked". That's about the only time I would suggest a Mac either.

Except GSM has been broken for years...:-P

Anywho I prefer my way for two reasons.
1.) I don't lose anything or risk losing anything
2.) I learn.

I guess really, its personal preference seeing as how I know a few of my friends say just about the same thing as you. To each their own? :-P


1) I'll give you that one :P
2) I do too! XD I once made a batch file(.bat) into a program for the sole purpose of making a self replicating virus self destruct every time it opened. :P It was entertaining, at least... I could look at my processes and see it open/close about 100 times a minute hahaha.

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September 18 2010, 10:50 AM
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OK I have my router encrypted to 128 and I use a fire wall on my computer that lets me know about anything that tries to access the internet. In my situation am I not safe, am I not secure, I mean when I eat my smarties I do eat the red ones last.

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I do my banking on my iPhone, I have yet to meet somebody who's had their iPhone "hacked". That's about the only time I would suggest a Mac either.


I do my banking under my mattress. No viruses, no security threats, and NO FEES! :mrgreen:

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September 19 2010, 12:12 AM
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OK I have my router encrypted to 128 and I use a fire wall on my computer that lets me know about anything that tries to access the internet. In my situation am I not safe, am I not secure, I mean when I eat my smarties I do eat the red ones last.


There's also a big one most people don't think of. Disconnect when not in use. ;)

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Inodoro Pereyra wrote:
MrMazda92 wrote:
I do my banking on my iPhone, I have yet to meet somebody who's had their iPhone "hacked". That's about the only time I would suggest a Mac either.


I do my banking under my mattress. No viruses, no security threats, and NO FEES! :mrgreen:



Hah, I have a turtle. That's all I'm going to say on the matter. XD

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