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Bruno Wolff III
bruno at wolff.to
Sun Nov 5 12:28:09 UTC 2006
On Sun, Nov 05, 2006 at 08:44:33 +1000,
Res <res at ausics.net> wrote:
> On Sat, 4 Nov 2006, Bruno Wolff III wrote:
> >caused by their residential users on to other people. It costs too much
> >to help people clean up and if they cut people off until they cleaned
> I hope you are not referring to ISP's helping the trillions of windows
> weenies to clean up their pc's.. That's not an ISP's responsability,
> that's Microsofts, remember ISP support is exactly that, ISP-Support,
> and *NOT* Microsoft support, M$ cause the probems, THEY should employ the
> staff to help their products users sort our their products issues.
I think they should either help them clean up their systems OR cut them
off until they do it themselves. But most ISPs are going to do neither.
I also wouldn't be too smug about these people using windows. The direction
that linux boxes are headed is such that they same sorts of people will
be able to shoot themselves in the foot if they switched from Windows.
The problem is that they expect to be able to download, install and run
code from any old place on a whim. The trojan code will not be running as
root, but will have enough access to cause problems.
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