Hundreds of Russian tourists were stranded in the Chinese border city of Heihe on Sunday after a computer virus toppled an automated border control system. The border crossing was closed until Monday morning, stranding an estimated 2,000 Russians in the process, as a result of an unidentified malware infection, news agency RIA …
The future ..
... this is it. Welcome.
I bet the virus writers were saying Hehe when they heard about this...
Sorry ill get my coat...
computer virus ?
Any idea what operating System this 'computer virus' ran on ?
You woudl think they should know better.
Using Windows for a critical system are they? Maybe they didn't think it was that critical.
Maybe they do know better...
"Sorry you can't come in, our system is infected with the dailymail virus, some idiot brought it over from the UK..."
No mention which operating system was involved
^^^ ... but I have my suspicions. One well known one is as water-tight as a sieve.
isn't it obvious?
Who would set up a border of mac equipment?
If it were mac, people would be rejected for no good reason, or just for having taste.
...and if it were linux, well, they must have done it to themselves.
I don't see that happening either.
What a giggle!
Strangely, the usual over-vocal IT Crowd have gone very quiet. Thinking up excuses I suppose, or just "Multitasking" in their lonely bedrooms.
re: which OS was involved
Knowing China it'll have been a pirated copy fo' sho'
Computer says: nyet
Too bad if the Russians had just crossed the border to get a Chinese takeaway!
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