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Is superuser.com a good place to ask a question about a virus that was detected or is there a better suited website that uses the stackexchange engine?

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superuser's fine. unless you're trying to write one (stackoverflow) or scrubbing one off the systems you take care of at work (serverfault). tho SU has a few already, so read through the [virus] tagged questions to make sure it hasn't been asked. – quack quixote Feb 26 '10 at 12:06
    
@~quack, your comment is a good answer, give me a chance to upvote please :P – o.k.w Feb 26 '10 at 12:27
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@o.k.w thx, steal it if you like. my meta-rep's too high already; soon i'll start seeing that edit link here, too, and my spelling ocd will start acting up, and......... – quack quixote Feb 26 '10 at 12:46
    
Yes, SU would be an ok place to ask that kind of question. – Troggy Feb 26 '10 at 22:41
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Virus related questions are OK on superuser

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