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...and I've never experienced any, at least with the 'name brand' ones that are often recommended here on PerlMonks.

The most popular ones are community tested. Instead of trolling, could you share with us some popular modules you've come across in the 13 years you've been here that may be infected? That would be the responsible thing to do... no?

In reply to Re: Malware on CPAN by stevieb
in thread Malware on CPAN by Anonymous Monk

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