Hey there, I know that you can't 'technically' get viruses for iOS, OSX, or even Android. I know that the only way for a virus to be spread on either mobile OS is installing an app from somewhere other than the AppStore/Google Play Store, and even then the viruses are sandboxed within the respective app. So I guess I'm just asking this for peace of mind, or in case I've missed something/got it wrong. On my Mac I use ClamXav. Never liked the idea of my computer being infected ever since using Windows, though I do practice safe computing. I was sent a link a while back whilst on my iPad that took me to a video site. Before I realised what it was, I opened it and it then opened up loads of tabs with popups on, a lot of them being adult sites. I closed them all, though some of the popups took me to the AppStore to download an app, which I cancelled. On my Android device, whilst on Chrome, I keep getting popups telling me I have a virus on my phone, I ignore, try the same link again - usually a forum link - and the pop up appears again. I also sometimes get popups asking me to download an app through the Play Store. Obviously I never do, and I run avast! on there anyway so have performed numerous scans which say my phone is clean. Now my questions are these; Say for example, there was a virus or something on either my iPad or Android device, if they're connected to the same wifi network as my MacBook, is there any chance at all anything could go on my Mac? Or even if I plugged one of the devices into my Mac? I rarely do 'plug in' the other devices to my Mac anyway, but curious for future reference. Secondly, accounts I'm logged into on my iPad or Android phone (email, Netflix etc), if there WAS anything on those devices, would the accounts be 'infected' or isn't that possible? Basically, I'm okay either way to login into those accounts on my Mac? How about file transfers? I have illustrations on my iPad, can I email them to my Mac without any problems arising with my Mac? Sorry for all the questions, but would appreciate replies. I'm still in a Windows phase when it comes to viruses. Thanks.