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    they can go anywhere they want.

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    Originally posted by ROSSCO_2004@14 August 2004 - 17:59
    they can go anywhere they want.
    That's kind of worrying...my dog could get infected with the mydoom virus...

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    Last edited by hungrylilboy; 01-08-2012 at 02:47 PM.
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    If u dont move infected files from one partition to another they wont effict


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    I would say it depends on the virus; if you're infected wuth a p2p worm and kazaalite is installed on F:\, you'd have it on two partitions and perhaps you'd be at risk of transferring it to another OS if you move that drive... dunno though

    Alternatively, if you mean can an infection in a Windows installation on C:\ put files stored on other partitions at risk then yes. The klez.h virus, for instance, would delete everything on drives C:\ through H:\ (if there) when the payload was triggered.

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