9 posts • joined Friday 22nd June 2007 16:00 GMT
Aren't the bots already vulnerable to exploits? We know that the bots can be attacked by other malware, as reported by El Reg. Why not have a law enforcement variety of trojan that causes the infected bot to report back to the agency, or a simple kill script that drops the bot off the network?
Many enterprise AV packages support this type of functionality off the shelf, so another option is for service providers to include a managed AV solution to secure their client base.
"Children are sent to school to learn. When they are adults, they can make up their own minds and say whatever the want. Within boundaries agreed by civil society. Bong hits 4 Jesus and violent death wishes don't belong in schools or for that matter most anywhere else."
It didn't happen at school... The kid was being a misanthrope on his own time. The school has no business disciplining children for activities that happen away from school, outside of school hours. One thing is for sure, turning in your neighbor has now been reinforced as a desirable behavior.
The kid deserved punishment, but not by the school system. There once was a time when such behavior would have resulted in a conference between the school and the parents to resolve the issue. Instead we get a courtroom drama and now independent thinking can be squashed with glee by educators across the nation.
The next generation of sheeple is now assured success.
Just because it's not your cup of tea...
... doesn't mean it's trash.
I mean, seriously, don't you people have anything better to do than whinge about a feature that you don't like?
Or, are you maybe jealous that you don't "get" sadville?
Right. Chop down a bunch of bamboo to make schmancy laptop skins, rather than say, donate to a land conservation fund, or invest in cleaner materials for the laptops proles can afford.
Way to distract, Asus.
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