When a Stone is Not a Stone.


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Safety is very important.

Fish hide in the rocks for safety.

In the next few moments of the this picture the little black damsel fish will be literally in the rock on the left and he will not be safe, he will be dead, eaten alive! (click on picture to watch the rock come alive!) Quicktime 7 required download and install here http://www.apple.com/quicktime/

In this world survival and propagation of one’s species is assured if one of two factors are incorporated in your existence, mimicry or crypsis. Mimicry is to mimic the characteristic or appearance of a deadly or dangerous creature even though it is not equipped to or capable of carrying out what it appears to be or have.  This is mostly used by prey.

Predators on the other hand use crypsis or camouflage to appear benign and harmless giving a false sense of protection or safety to their prey. 

In the world of computers more and more programs are resembling life forms.

If the program can not by its own abilities survive it will mimic the abilities of another! Our shelves and drawers are filled with programs that mimic the abilities of other powerful programs but were incapable of performing those abilities.

Then there are the predator programs who appear to be harmless or  benificial to guard and protect you but they are deceiving and will take a big bite out of your productivity, time and finances!

These predator programs trick you into believing a problem exists on your system. Then you are given no alternative but to purchase the bogus applications because your existing antivirus and antispyware cannot resolve the problems because your  antivirus and antispyware are damaged from the predator software, or there is no problem at all. Once they have your credit card info you download more predator software under the camouflaged appearance of protection for your computer. What do you think they will now do with your credit card info?

What if you catch them before you give them your credit card info?

 Even if you catch on that it is a predator it is extremely difficult to remove their fangs and claws out of your computer. Even experienced technicians will have to take 3 to 4 hour to remove it. For those who have paid and downloaded more predators, camouflaged as protection for your computer, it may take 3 to 4 days to remove!  One computer recently came in for repair with 630 predators in their computer!

 Here are the images of the 11 most painful predators in the computer world and 11 creatures whose bite or sting are the most painful  in the world!

 Stone Fish and WinFix

Pain = like boiling oil in ones veins and a sledgehammer to ones joints

Pain = like boiling oil in ones veins and a sledgehammer to ones joints

WinFixer

WinFixer

  

 

 

 

  Gila Monster and UltimateDefender

pain= slowly being burned alive from bite throughout body

pain= slowly being burned alive from bite throughout body

 ultimatedefender

 

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Black Widow and Spy Sheriff

Unbearable pain just to breath !
Unbearable pain just to breath !

spysheriff

 
Turantula Hawk Wasp and Malwarewipe 
Lightning bolt of screaming agony
Lightning bolt of screaming agony

malwarewipe

Spiting Cobra and DriveCleaner

excruciating acompanied with 5 hours of blindess
excruciating acompanied with 5 hours of blindess

drivecleaner

 Bullet Ant and AVsystemCare

Repeatedly stabbed with red hot nail
Repeatedly stabbed with red hot nail

avsystemcare

Rattle Snake and 1st Anti Virus
being branded continously!
being branded continously!

1stantivirus-main_full

 
 Scorpion and VirusBurst
scorpion_500wvirusburst
 
 Box Jellyfish and SpywareQuake
wraped in burning embers
wrapped in burning embers

spyware-quake

 
Sting Ray and AntiSpyware Soldier
Stabed with a red hot 8 penny nail
Stabbed with a red hot 8 penny nail

ass

 
Brazilian Wandering Spider and System Live Protect
Unimaginable pain with every breath
Unimaginable pain with every breath

liveprotect

 

 

 

 

 

 

Safety  is  very  important.

Getting antivirus and antispyware is being safe!

Unless it gets you! 

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