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12-10-2010 @ 6:01PM
I find it ironic that Curse would say theirs is safe, considering they are the one who have infected a ton of people before.The ADDONS it installs may be safe, but the FLASH ads it displays are not. Idiotic sales people seem to not screen anything they sell space to. Look at Google, 9/10 gooling "WoW Armory" will result in a malware or phishing site as the sponsored result."Huh, these guys want to buy ad space? Ok!"(Buyer places a Flash exploit ad with a keylogger in their ad.)(Users of the Curse updater get the ad, and if they are not secured against Flash exploits or malware, are hit, and their computers are infected.)So, either be lazy and not update your addons yourself, and hope that you are completely protected against malware, and one doesn't slip thru, or just take the few moments it takes to look up new versions when they are out.
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