Between saving the world and having a spot of tea Roy Schestowitz said
>> What do you find
>> outrageous? The existance of zombie networks or the fact that the
>> largest installed O/S base has the largest number of compromised
> Both. If you leave the door open, somebody will come in. If you
> build a house out of cardboard and someone tears a hole, you
> will blame the architect as well. Thieves and crooks exist by the
> nature of society. Street smarts are something you must cope with.
> Neglecting to do so should lead to one's demise until models are
> evolved to improvement. Sadly, after many years of exploits, people
> have learned few lessons are have simply found themselves locked in
> (shackled to a cardboard building).
So the emerging trend for viruses that infect Macs, Linux, and mobile
devices are because of negligence on the part of the writers of those
Operating Systems, rather than as the writers of anti-virus software and
other industry notables think; the result in the greater spread of those
You example is stupid. It?s stupid for so many reasons. But I guess
since you?ve firmly sided with Alan Connor I?m not surprised.
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