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What makes Ubuntu harder for viruses to infect [duplicate]
Possible Duplicate: What is the Ubuntu “built in virus protection”? One question I get asked a lot is why there are no viruses on Ubuntu (Linux in general). Even though it is ...
Aug 23 '12 at 3:48
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