Just noticed the front cover of PCAdvisor

  onthelimit 15:14 07 Feb 11
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Just a bit unfortunate, I think! click here

  Al94 15:25 07 Feb 11

wrong link

  onthelimit 15:30 07 Feb 11

No it's not - the front page of the latest PCA can be seen on this home page. The reason I think the title is unfortunate is in the link.

  jakimo 00:42 08 Feb 11

Im missing something here,your link takes me to

Viruses.com April 12th, 2010

no sign of latest PCA front cover

  Uboat 01:49 08 Feb 11

im lost.???

I'm assuming it must have this printed on it:

"How to remove Anti-Virus 2011?"

Which could sound like an odd thing to do to the average person!

Now I've just looked at the front cover on the home page, and it says:

"The Best Protection For Every Windows PC

Anti-Virus 2011

.... "

Which could be (incorrectly) read as recommending 'Anti-Virus 2011' which is in fact a piece of malware, as illustrated in the link of the opening post.

  dagbladet 08:15 08 Feb 11

What?

  onthelimit 09:12 08 Feb 11

VERY lighthearted was the intention - it seems that wit is not appreciated!

  Matt Egan 09:14 08 Feb 11

Double meaning. We were simply trying to attract honest PC users *and* malware writers...


...or not. Honestly never occurred to me that the meaning could be misconstrued. Oh well...


Matt

  johndrew 10:02 08 Feb 11

Perhaps you are simply trying to convert 'poachers' into 'game keepers'? I wish you could it would make life much easier for us all.

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