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So true 💡

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  • 58
    Joke's on you if you've gotten to the point of having a malicious .exe on your machine.
  • 48
    Plot twits.
    You have WINE installed.
  • 14
    Maybe the extention is fake (it was a bash script maybe :D )
  • 5
    Why would you go on malicious site in first place ? All exes should be launched in their own wine prefix and it would be best to have VM for stuff like that.
  • 4
    As long as you don't use Mono
  • 7
    @Gregozor2121 Would almost never matter because Windows malware targets Windows' architecture, which is very different from Linux. It might possibly only do some damage inside your .wine directory (if you don't use wine with different prefixes).
  • 7
    @Gregozor2121 I'd thank anyone, including malicious websites, who makes anything actually work on my wine
  • 4
    @Gregozor2121 So you can still delete system32 and make your PC faster.
    /s
  • 1
    Try WINEing it and see if its able to do any harm
  • 2
    @kenogo @beleg @kamen
    Ya all know that wannacryptor hadnt cared about that?
  • 1
    When you went to get coffee and forgot to lock your desktop: rm -rf /
  • 1
    And then the misc executor launches wine...
    At least it's chrooted, but I'd hate loosing my prefix...
  • 1
    Running certain malware inside a wine prefix probably would be destructive. Your Linux directory is mounted on the Z: drive in wine.
  • 2
    @R1100 your cynicism is 9000+ and I love it.
  • 1
    😀😀😀😀
  • 1
    Omg lol so true (crying emoji) I wonder wheee you stole this from
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