On Sun, Sep 5, 2010 at 12:36 PM, Frank Peelo <f32pnospam at eircom.net> wrote:
> Not familiar with that one. Is it anything like Weird Al Yankovic's, "Don't
> Download This Song", which he's put up for download from
>> "Oh, you don't wanna mess with the RI double-A
> They'll sue you if you burn that CD-R
> It doesn't matter if you're a grandma or a 7-year-old girl
> They'll treat you like the evil, hard-bitten criminal scum you are"
>> On 03/09/10 16:49, Niall Sheridan wrote:
>>> It's a bit "Don't copy that floppy".
>>>> On Fri, Sep 3, 2010 at 16:27, Stephen Mc Gowan<mcclown at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>>>>> Norton seems to have reached a new low, as they team up with Snoop Dogg
>>> run a competition on hackiswack.com looking for the public to upload
>>> there 2
>>> minute long raps about cybercrime.
>>>>>> Very funny stuff, some are quite catchy.....others....well I'll leave you
>>> find out.
>>> Stephen Mc Gowan.
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Maybe it's because I don't use windows as my main os anymore, but I get the
impression the entire AV industry
is a shady practice. I mean, it's not like you can just open up Norton 360
source files in an editor and verify it's not
doing evil things besides "protecting" you. I would not be surprised if
those AV companies install rootkits/backdoors
on user machines. All it takes is some stupid buffer overflow and BOOM! your
local call stack blows up.
I am wrong/misinformed? Is the entire AV software industry just a cunning
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