I guess the idiots who believe in soft-headed concepts like "computer viruses " will have to find someone else to throw their money at.
Soft-headed? What do you mean?
I meant that computers don't really get diseases in the same way that men do. "Virus" is a poor metaphor, whose use implies an imperfect understanding of computing devices. If you catch the flu (a virus of man) at school, or at a grocery store, you probably didn't have much choice in the matter. Sure, you could be a drop-out, and you'd presumably be less likely to catch the flu. Or, you could eschew all of the life-preserving things that men sell to each other at grocery stores. But computers don't just catch viruses from their sources of life (e.g. AC power). They contract what people call "computer viruses" because their users choose to connect to computer networks, optionally and voluntarily. That's a fact which has broad architectural implications.