running Windows on a Mac (through BootCamp or any other method, like Virtualization) is like running Windows on any other given PC.
Therefor a decent anti-virus software should always be used.
On the other hand, a virus that is written to affect Windows can not affect Mac OSX because of the very different nature of these two operating systems.
And up to now there are no known viruses in the wild that can affect Mac OSX.
But there are some Makro Viruses using the Microsoft Office programs for infiltration and can therefor affect both Office for Windows and Office for Mac.
And also there are the flaws in the Web-Browsers, which can also affect both Windows and Mac OSX.
But these aren't flaws that come with installing/using Windows on a Mac, which in itself is a pretty straight-forward process.
Personally I run Windows on my Macs ever since BootCamp was in Beta stage and up to now never had any kind of problem nor any 'mess-ups' of my Mac OSX.
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