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Originally posted by EarthChilde
Originally posted by crazydaisy
Why am I reluntant to click the link?
Maybe later - anyone want to go
Ha.. Not me. I think anyone that does is allowing a backdoor trojan monitor that will enable them to be tracked and shut-down at will by the Effa Bee Eye.
Too skeptical of the the establishment? I don't think so!... LOL
Originally posted by babybunnies
Tell me this, if someone directed you to a "government run website" and said "just click links on the website and we'll remove this virus from your computer for free, and do it before July or you will lose your internet", how many of you would think it was a scam?
Originally posted by tallblondealien
If all of this is true and legit, why have we not heard from the millions upon millions of people that are unaware of this problem and have done nothing to fix it. That would be assuming that they have lost their connection and are no longer able to access the WWW? I too checked my PC, which had no virus. (Very Reluctantly, I might add).
Originally posted by detachedindividual
The original hack was genuine (or a false flag, whichever way you look at it) and it is genuinely stated and detailed on the FBI site.
However, this would be an easy way to have everyone "volunteer" to submit their machines to a government database, which is why I'll wait to see what happens later in June and will not be opening up my computer to be scanned by some untrustworthy American government agency.
They probably do it randomly and routinely anyway, but I'm not giving permission for it - which is effectively what you are doing by visiting the site and allowing them to scan.
So you'll potentially lose your internet for a few hours before you find the tools on the MSM to do it another way... big deal. How about people look into the problem, what it does, and find alternatives to opening up their system to be scanned by an already dubious government agency?