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Microsoft products often carry cross platform macro viruses and you should definitely use antiviral software if going between machines.


The best anti-virus software would be Dr. solomon's Virex (I beleive the macintosh virex has been sold off to some company called NAI). It destroys a nasty and common autostart virus that Norton Antivirus is unable to detect. you can download it from their site for free
http://beta.nai.com/virex/download.html#virex

for more info:
http://beta.nai.com/virex/whatsnew.html





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>> One potential problem with a cross-platform
>>situation is viruses that can also be cross-
>>platform...anybody have a suggestion of
>> the best anti-virus solutions to keep one's
>>homebound Mac from being devastated by PC viruses??
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