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April 18, 2012

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I enjoyed your commentary. Did you ever consider the virus threats associated with cash? I'm not aware of any computer or mobile viruses that can become deadly. What if your cash had the influenza virus. I know that virus can be deadly :-)

Chris David

Comment?- and risk being hacked !!!

Eric Lindeen

One of the major components of the rise of malware and viruses is the lack of concern amongst ordinary citizens. Last fall I was able to attend an industry conference where one of the main themes was identity fraud. Personal computer security was a hot topic and in this post you echoed many of the themes we discussed. I wrote a blog post summing up what I learned and I think you will find it interesting, as it adds another different angle to your post.

http://www.zootweb.com/blog/index.php/consumers-trusted-fight-identity-fraud/588/

William Karter

I enjoyed your commentary. Did you ever consider the virus threats associated with cash?
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