BBC hacks into thousands of PCs

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  1. nofreeman

    nofreeman Spy

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    The BBC points out that it 'destroyed' its botnet after finishing its project.= YEAH RIGHT

    BBC Evil
     
  2. PJ

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    "If this exercise had been done with criminal intent it would be breaking the law."

    did they get permission from these people? surely its illegal without consent.
     
  3. nofreeman

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    yeah but how u going to prove they hack into your computer, or in some cases people will find out and im sure they'd get done for it!!
     
  4. Acepilotf14

    Acepilotf14 Sucked so much dick for this title

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    We don't know people can do this?
     
  5. Operational

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    I'd say mainstream knowledge of botnets would be quite small.
     
  6. Laivasse

    Laivasse Companion Cube

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    Cool, does that mean I can go on a stabbing spree to show the underrated power of knives?
    Sounds ****ing outrageous, I'd be fuming. Sanctimonious c*nts.
     
  7. Jintor

    Jintor Didn't Get Temp-Banned

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    It's like breaking into people's houses and leaving them a note to say 'HAHA YOUR SECURITY IS EASILY COMPROMISED"
     
  8. nurizeko

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    Hopefully the BBC gets sued.
     
  9. AHA-Lambda

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    Wow. This is ****ing shameful, I had been affected I would want a form or something expressing my permission not a new wallpaper with a ****ing message. I hope they get sued to hell and back.
     

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