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[Aug. 27th, 2008|09:09 am]
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Albeit it's good to see that NASA has loosened up a bit on their draconian tech standardization process, I find this absolutely hilarious. One, a virus on ISS? Two, it's built to steal a bunch of Asian MMO passwords. Three, The laptops carried by astronauts reportedly do not have any anti-virus software on them to prevent infection.. HA!
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[User Picture]From: arcsine
2008-08-27 03:47 pm (UTC)
Ha! I loved how the writers/directors/whoever made that call had the dialogue taking the term "computer virus" literally.
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[User Picture]From: eb1kenobi
2008-08-27 05:47 pm (UTC)
Not unless their universal translator and computer communications protocol decipherer is up to snuff... ;)
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[User Picture]From: eb1kenobi
2008-08-27 05:44 pm (UTC)
I thought you'd appreciate that bit of news, as well as the internet-wide BGP vulnerability that allows one to intercept (and alter) traffic destined for ANY IP range across the entire internet.
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[User Picture]From: arcsine
2008-08-27 06:58 pm (UTC)
Yeah, read about that one, too. Thanks Cisco!
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