> Erik Funkenbusch wrote:
>> On 16 Oct 2006 07:03:36 -0700, Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> > Spyware infection prompts McDonalds MP3 recall
>> > ,----[ Quote ]
>> >| Users who connected the McDonalds-branded MP3 player to their
>> >| Windows PC were exposed to spyware code programmed to transmit
>> >| their web passwords and other sensitive information to hackers.
>> > `----
>> > http://www.theregister.co.uk/2006/10/16/mcd_spyware_mp3_recall/
>> > Yet another reason to abandon Windows and upgrade to Linux...
>> What a shallow attempt to make your Microsoft bias into a Linux advocacy
> There have been two incidents of this type over the past week. The
> fact that Windows can be compromised by a USB device is both silly and
> pathetic, and it would be a sympathetic understatement to say that
> occurences of this type don't happen very often to Linux users.
Actually its piss simple : just boot most Linux peoples via the
unprotected "fail safe" option. People forget all the time time to
You are a vile asshole, flatfish. : Peter KÃhlmann, COLA.