(Wayne is surfing on the internet
with his laptop in the lounge room, who rarely knows anything
about computer stuffs. Literally, he is PC-retarded. On the
contrary, Annie is a PC lover. You can ask her about
PC stuffs from A to Z.)
What's going on here? "Scan Type:
Auto-Protect Scan. Event: Threat Found! Threat......" What threat is found? Babe, can
you lend me a hand with my laptop here?
In a minute, I've only got two hands, and I need them both
now, so just a minute, ok?..........(Annie answered in the
OK...(then, Wayne is murmuring to himself) Both of my hands
are free now, but neither of them can do me anything good.
"Risk detected. You must take
action to remove a risk from your computer." What
on earth is that? A risk of what? What
have I done wrong?
What are you murmuring about? Pass me the laptop; let me
take a Captain Cook at what
is so boggling my honey. (Few
seconds later) Um..hm... Your anti-virus software has detected
a virus embedded in a web site,
and the software is flagging a
So, is my laptop infected, captain?
No, not yet, soldier. I've terminated the ferocious virus.
Thank you, sir.
No worries, and let's stop this fake and silly military talking.
Stop it! Tell me what you were searching for. Did you visit
a porn site?
No!!! I was googling screensavers and wallpapers. Then after
I opened a web site, it was redirected to a porn site with
heaps of ads popping up.
You don't have to download those things from the internet.
You've taken some great scenic photos, haven't you. You can
use them as your screensaver and wallpaper. You know what,
terms like "screensavers", "wallpapers", "ringtones"
and most porn words, and even some celebrities' names,
like "Anna Kournikova" or "Tom Cruise", are risky searches
for getting viruses or spyware.
Though the chance of getting a virus from those searches
is really low, only about 4%, you have to keep
a close eye on what you're googling.
Um..hm..., then I'd better not to download anything from
the internet, Is that right?
Just look before you leap, and make sure that you've set
up a restore point before you download or install any software.
What's a restore point?
By setting up a restore point, you can undo the changes you've
done to your system, and make it back to the way it was if
any problems occur.
Umm...so it's like turn back the time of my system, isn't
That's right. But it doesn't mean that you can blithely click
around whatever you want, especially don't you go to any
porn site. Got it?
Yeah, got it. I won't, I told you. I'll ask my friends to
Yeah, how brilliant you are. Then don't come to me for help
when you get viruses from your friends.
come on, I was just joking.