techie_alison wrote:Now, to say that I was surprised would be somewhat of an understatement.
Desty wrote:From the particular grammatical mistakes made in the fake Windows dialogues, I'd guess that the author of the ad was Chinese Although it's better than my old Chinese teacher who now translates documents for me occasionally and expensively
techie_alison wrote:It can't you plonker!!
It's a webpage which is made up to look like Windows.
Half of these things that come up, just do CTRL-ALT-DEL, and shut down IE. They switch around the icons and all sorts.
CiH wrote:I find it amusing where you get those fake sites that claim to be checking your hard drive for viruses (virii?) and finding all sorts of nasties but not in reality. Then offering you the chance to download something that would really screw you.
1. They really need to update from a fake Win XP front end to show their false positives. Scammers are getting lazy.
2. Also I tend to run out of disbelief to suspend when running MacOS in the first place.
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