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Can watching porn damage a computer/expose it to viruses? (serious question) watch

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    (Original post by FallonSmith)
    Isn't that one of the top searched porn result websites though?
    Yeh. There are a few sites supposedly that have advertisements that could be infectious.
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    Just stick to reputable sites and don't download stuff. The only time you're going to get a virus is if you go Googling and end up on some obscure website, so don't do that.
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    (Original post by Norton1)
    In fairness he's probably done that himself a few times.
    I wondered if anyone would take the bait!
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    Use an ad blocker, don't download and just stream the videos you want to watch. I do this and haven't had viruses it also helps to have good anti virus software, I personally use AVG.
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    Use adblock for chrome.
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    (Original post by Lukev)
    leave unwanted deposits
    heh heh giggity
 
 
 
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