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So I've managed to set up my clone army of virtual machines, and I'm having fun! I'm thinking about getting one of the VMs infected with viruses just for kicks. Are there any nice malware repositories out there, like a wiki where you visit nice pages with loads information about certain viruses and a download link for a file containing that particular virus? Also, what precautions should I take?

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If I was the U.S. government, I would pull a FBI/Megaupload on such a site. lol
clone army of VMs? :D
:( I keep hearing about how folks are getting hacked left and right, Mac batteries exploding from viruses and how Windows is such an unsecure operating system, but I've had no luck getting any viruses from the internet :( Computer Virology is not for me

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