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[img]http://i.imgur.com/VtLhw.jpg[/img]

Pretty much with any update for most people haha!
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warwagon?

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Huh, I don't get it. What update? And what would be wrong with that anyways? Updates are good.

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10 of them!

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The hills are alive with a sound of warwagon....
@ Lutzifer, sarcasm or not a game of thrones fan I take it ?

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10/10 on the warwagon scale.
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I knew i'd get a warwagon rating!

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Well it's True. Everybody clicks cancel when the java update appears on their system. Then they wonder why their computer gets molested by malware soon after.
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I hate Java and all its stupid updates. So I thought the pic was pretty funny :D.

Every once in-awhile I rage-uninstall Java. But it always manages to creep back on somehow. Always need something that has to use some Java.

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I get it... but not that funny...

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Yup... "yes" to updates, "oh [b][i]hell [/i][/b]no" to a browser plugin.

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I like it. (Y)

That and Flash...it's like every....other...day...
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And what do we say then to the thousands of malwares that infect computers with outdated versions of Java?

"Thank you come again!"

And no, staying away from shady sites won't avoid your computer getting infected, [url="http://news.techworld.com/security/3415156/80-of-malware-attacks-in-2012-were-redirects-from-legitimate-sites/"]it's actually quite the opposite[/url].
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