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Ransomware Outbreak

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Suzabro, May 14, 2017.

  1. findtim

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    are still great just doesn't run on new windows, forced redundancy really.
    i remember when i went to wn7 i had to buy a new printer ! not that i print much but really !!!!
    the kids have an old vista each which is fine for them, i use win 7, helena uses win 8 and now win10 seems to have few bugs i'll go get a win 10 laptop soon EOFY
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  2. findtim

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    sorry, my post got cropped?
    i said i still run an xp with office 2003 on it and its does its job,
     
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    Continuing my early mention. http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-05-...reat-lingers-as-people-return-to-work/8525554
    The government has warned that the outbreak could pop up in Australia, and if we go back to the monitoring site https://intel.malwaretech.com/WannaCrypt.html its dead quiet. Which leads me to believe they have already patched and changed their code. Because the replication was pinging that domain from places like Tasmania.
     
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    Another one that I use Tim, Amiga Workbench 3.0 (1992)

    This machine is completely hack proof as no ability to connect to internet. AUDA may wish to consider purchasing one to store their precious minutes.

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    Commodore :)

    My first computer was a Commodore VIC-20 :D
     
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    I started with a Commodore 64
     
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    snoopy , this is the real reason you have that computer
    [​IMG]
     
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    david jones gosford, 1982.
    10 goto 20
    20 goto 30
    etc
    that was the first thing i typed into a computer, i think com64?
    can't remember why i knew how to do it?
     
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    I remember it being something like this in the department stores

    10 PRINT "TIM RULES! DAVID JONES SUCKS!"
    20 GOTO 10
    RUN
     
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    YEPPPPPPPPPP, thats it, i think i did that LOLLLLLLLLLLL

    and then you'd step away and wait for people to see it and wonder how long it would run before the staff would stop it............if they new how ! LOLLLLLL
    OMG its so vivid in my mind now
    tim
     
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    Yeah, they dont make em like they use to...got this 25 years ago. "unhackable"

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    classic, wasn't also called "lisa" ?
    in reality anything not attached to the internet is hackproof o_O

    tim
     
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    nah,...lisa was 83-85?

    http://www.apple-history.com/classic

    .
     
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    DNTrade website in 1992...WOOOOHHH

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    This is one of those posts where a 'double like' button is required.
     
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