… but news items like this one make it hard:
An insidious computer virus recently discovered on digital photo frames has been identified as a powerful new Trojan Horse from China that collects passwords for online games – and its designers might have larger targets in mind.
The virus … recognizes and blocks antivirus protection from more than 100 security vendors, as well as the security and firewall built into Microsoft Windows. …
Deborah Hale at SANS suggested that PC users find friends with Macintosh or Linux machines and have them check for malware before plugging any device into a PC.
As Gruber points out, it seems inaccurate to call this a “computer virus” and not a “Windows virus”.
Remember, folks, if you must use Windows … be careful out there.