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Malware software sales down because of software piracy
Malware software sales down because of software piracy
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The Register: They say piracy killed the Amiga. Know what else it's killing? Malware sales. Awww, diddums

tl;dr: People sell software designed to make breaking the law easier, and they're surprised when their clients break the law.

Well, duh. The malware writers knew their clients break the law. What did they expect - honor among thieves?
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Nothing like some applied karma to brighten your day.
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‎noli esse culus
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(08-09-2019, 10:02 AM)robkelk Wrote: Well, duh. The malware writers knew their clients break the law. What did they expect - honor among thieves?

OXYGEN!!!!   OXYGEN!!!!!!
Hear that thunder rolling till it seems to rock the sky?
Thats' every ship in Grayson's Navy taking up the cry!
NO QUARTER!

No Quarter by Echo's Children
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I think the below gif sums up my feelings on the matter.


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