I'm using my iPad right now. I'm logged into various accounts on it, from iCloud, to Netflix, to my email. A friend emailed me a link, and without thinking, I opened it. It opened numerous pages within Safari, a box appeared saying authentication required and a username and password dialogue box, which I cancelled, then a new page opened and - I have VirusBarrier installed - and it appeared saying open "filename".exe (I've forgotten the actual file name) with VirusBarrier, which I again cancelled, and a video started to play through GorillaVid I think, on another tab. There were also tabs open for lookalike Putlocker sites, genuine Putlocker, Novamov and other video file hosting sites. I'm guessing they were all popups, since there were other adult pop ups that appeared, also. I've cleared my cache and cookies etc from settings withing Safari, I've deleted the email from my iPad also. Now my question is whether or not something could have infected my iPad? I'm pretty sure I'm right in thinking that viruses can't run on iPads but I'm asking for when I plug this into my Mac or Windows machine - I use both intermittently. Could a virus or whatever transfer to either of those machines from my iPad? Also, the accounts that I'm logged in to on my iPad, could they be... I dunno... compromised? Like security details and whatnot. And if I check my email on another machine... an account can't be infected, can it? Nor can the emails that have been checked on the iPad, which also appear on one of my other machines... they can't be infected either, right?Same with forum accounts I'm logged in to. I don't know if any of this is possible and might sound a bit stupid asking but figured I'd try. Thanks guys.