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My Linux Box is INFECTED!

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Hey, I wasn't doing anything a million other websurfers weren't doing...all I wanted was a link to a live webcam somewhere in Felton California. I just wanted to put a link up at the LINdependence 2008 website.

Felton isn't exactly the center of the universe. People might want to know a bit about it since LIN08 is going to put a spotlight on it shortly.

All I wanted was a live webcam shot.

This is what I got for my trouble from the google results. And if you don't have java enabled, and please do enable javascripts...I wouldn't want you to miss out on all the fun. I would advise you to brush up on your wack--a-mole skills prior to making that click. You are going to be killing popups faster than a 12 year old on a porn site. Let's take a look, shall we?

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