Well, we're back. I know, I know, it's been over a month and a half, but I had a severe attack of apathy and needed to renew my creative juices. You know, like Gary Larson, Gary Trudeau, Aaron McGruder, and Harvey Dowerman. Oh, Harvey? He wrote his first blog entry in 2002, and hasn't posted since. Still looking for the perfect post.
Here's a nice piece of software: It's a Trojan that installs its own anti-virus scanner on your system. Nice, huh? Your system is fully protected from viruses. How magnanimous. I mean, you won't find that kind of philanthropy from every piece of malware on your computer.
Well, it's not that nice, really. The Trojan just wants to use your computer without any competition, so it bundles itself with a (pirated, natch') copy of anti-virus software, keeping out doze udder guys.
Next up, it will probably decide that the guy at the keyboard is wasting to much CPU time, so I'd watch out if I was using Windows.