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Burgerkiss fake files

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So yet another retarded, autist artist gor butthurt and uploaded a bunch of fake .rar files to their Shared files.
Can someone check if they got virus in them?

yep. got EXE files in 'em bud. opened on my linux machine to be extra careful.

admin must be fucking daft to be not doing a thing

guess who ain't donating this month.

Again, Its like the artist are trying to intentionally fuck us over

>>71140
honestly not surprised. they're whiny bitches trying to milk everyone for their hard earned money. I'd rather pay a hooker and have an actual good time rather than pay for a fucking image you could go online and see somewhere else for free

>>71137
admin don't give a shit about this site anymore

I'm gonna ignore shared files until the admin fixes this

>>71144
same. not chancing it.

Is it the artists themselves that upload the shared files? I thought that was just something another user spent the time to do.

>>72449
Could be could not be. The anonymity makes it impossible to tell who really is uploading the files. It wouldn't suprise me though if artists were behind this.

does anybody know if Danza's recently shared zip files contain any sort of Malware on them?

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