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  Reply # 1022634 10-Apr-2014 09:37
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Its probably from all my torrenting

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  Reply # 1022644 10-Apr-2014 09:57
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Actually, not. "According to Symantec's annual Internet Security Threat Report, religious and ideological Web sites have far more security threats per infected site than adult/pornographic Web sites."


I would imagine traffic to "religious and ideological" websites is a little less though..

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1022659 10-Apr-2014 09:58
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Bingo.
Probably find those viruses/dodgy files were hogging your bandwidth spewing itself out across the net....  

So, what have you learnt from this ? :) 
Hopefully to have good AV software (along with Malwarebytes) and stop downloading dodgy files ;)





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  Reply # 1022937 10-Apr-2014 15:10
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xpd: Bingo.
Probably find those viruses/dodgy files were hogging your bandwidth spewing itself out across the net....  

So, what have you learnt from this ? :) 
Hopefully to have good AV software (along with Malwarebytes) and stop downloading dodgy files ;)



Or get a Mac ..... 

(I'll run off and hide now ... :-)

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Reply # 1022939 10-Apr-2014 15:13
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Mark:
xpd: Bingo.
Probably find those viruses/dodgy files were hogging your bandwidth spewing itself out across the net....  

So, what have you learnt from this ? :) 
Hopefully to have good AV software (along with Malwarebytes) and stop downloading dodgy files ;)



Or get a Mac ..... 

(I'll run off and hide now ... :-)


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