So true 💡

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    Joke's on you if you've gotten to the point of having a malicious .exe on your machine.
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    Plot twits.
    You have WINE installed.
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    Maybe the extention is fake (it was a bash script maybe :D )
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    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.
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    As long as you don't use Mono
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    @Gregozor2121 I'd thank anyone, including malicious websites, who makes anything actually work on my wine
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    @Gregozor2121 So you can still delete system32 and make your PC faster.
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    Try WINEing it and see if its able to do any harm
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    @kenogo @beleg @kamen
    Ya all know that wannacryptor hadnt cared about that?
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    When you went to get coffee and forgot to lock your desktop: rm -rf /
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    And then the misc executor launches wine...
    At least it's chrooted, but I'd hate loosing my prefix...
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    Running certain malware inside a wine prefix probably would be destructive. Your Linux directory is mounted on the Z: drive in wine.
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    @R1100 your cynicism is 9000+ and I love it.
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