iMac in Windows Antivirus Program... :eek:

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    MAC-PRO-DEMON

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    I was just running a scan in Comodo Internet Security on Bootcamp... and saw this... :O
     

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    ayeying

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    I don't get it?
     
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    ziggyonice

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    I'm assuming your anti-virus program is fairly up-to-date and knows that Macs can be PCs too. It probably realizes you're on a Mac.

    Although yes, it is a little creepy, as Macs and viruses are a good combination.
     
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    dmmcintyre3

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    Does it do it on a PC?
     
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    alphaod

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    The magnifying glass is showing an iMac.
     
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    fireshot91

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    So? Its a WINDOWS program. Not a Microsoft Program.
    And, can Windows run on an iMac? I think so...
     
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    Jshwon

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    It's not an iMac, no Apple logo ;) j/k

    Yeah that is odd.
     
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    Benguitar

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    Lawsuit? Copyright infringement?
     
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    brikeh

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    Frivolous? Ridiculous?
     
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    Benguitar

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    Spam?

    I think Apple should take that to court, because that is CLEARLY a copy of a Apple Product.

    Plus.. It will be fun to watch Apple fight Windows in court. :D
     
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    VPrime

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    Except they will be taking some 3rd party software company to court...not windows.....

    Plus you cant really take an operating system to court, unless you mean Microsoft.
     

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