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> it will harm your computer

Did it report this, or _MAY_ harm your computer?

It's up to you to decide whether to "trust" the source from where you're downloading. For example, if you accessed 'www.adobe.com' and tried to download Adobe Reader 9.3,
then you can "trust" that the downloaded file will _NOT_ harm your computer.

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