southern.tim at gmail.com
Thu Sep 20 15:02:32 UTC 2007
> If you execute malware, it has the right to do everything you're allowed
> to - like deleting your data, adding a call to start a keylogger to
> your ~/.bashrc etc. - regardless whether or not the system is up-to-date.
> It's every user's own responsibility to keep his fingers under control.
How is malware able to deploy if it is not given permission? I am not
doubting that you are right. I am simply asking how the malware would start
simply by clicking on link or whatever. TM
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