A few thoughts from yer Ol' Uncle Kreij ... Article Title The title of the news article could be construed that the trojan is something you want because it suggests that the malware is "now available." If you actually read the article you understand that the title is a "tongue-in-cheek" play on words and is not condoning getting the malware in any way, shape or form. A news article's title should draw the reader's attention by making them curious about the content, otherwise people will just peruse the headlines. Stereotypes In my 30 years of working in IT, I have not run across all that many "smug" Apple users, but all but one I've ever met have been delusional (or at best oblivious) about the security and reliability (crashing) of their Mac(s). The one honest guy who worked in graphics arts stated, "We work with almost exclusively Macintosh computers. Shit crashes occasionally just like any other Windows PC." One of our current sales gusy who uses a Mac latop simply states, "Macs don't get visuses because it's impossible to write them." :shadedshu Qubit's Opinions Every single one of the 2 million+ posts on this forum are someone's opinion. Opinions generate discussion and make for lively threads. People are not used to seeing the opinions in the news article itself, but why should opinions be delegated to resonding posts only? (Quick Tip : They're not, Bta does it too, he's just more subtle ) People say that they don't like opinions in news, but they sure have no problem posting their opinion .. do they? IMO, these news articles have made TPU more fun and interesting without sacrificing the hard news because they are "in addition to" the hard news, not replacing or even supplanting it. Just my 2 cents ... Carry On.