@a2_4am When doing your archival work and the like, how much do you worry about the Apple II and IIgs viruses that existed back then and bringing them forward into the present?
@david I would trust any disk image from Asimov FTP. On 8-bit Apple II machines, there's no persistence of any kind after openapple-control-reset. (On a IIgs the answer is more complicated.) If you have a hard drive, any floppies you boot could potentially write to it, but it's really a very minimal risk. There are anti-virus programs from back in the day if you want.
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