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  • shortinfygetrich shortinfygetrich Dec 9, 2012 11:17 AM Flag

    bi article details evil empire decline misses biggest threat no security in failed os's

    It's clear that the evil empire has entered a long term decline from which it can't escape. Peps have a choice
    and ios and andriod, along with cloud based offerings are way more stable and user friendly than the evilware developed by cut rate 3rd world hacks. One issue that the bi article totally misses is that we live in
    a world where communist china is attacking computer systems en mass daily. Firms can no longer use the joke of security the evil empire's failed attempts at writing an os represent. They will have no other choice then move email, and other sensitive data rich applications to more secure unix/linux/cloud based platforms.

    By way of an example of how #$%$ poor the 3rd world hacks that fuel blammer's cost save bonus are in the area of security there's a firm in portland that tracks online gaming fraud how by writing an id to your hard drive. It took them only 20 minutes when the 7th failed attempt at an os came out to hack the hard drive.
    Most telling every startup created by former evil empire employees has had to admit the lack of security
    in evilware caused them to move to other vendors offerings.

    From the recent chart action the mkt is getting wise that it's game over for the evil empire and stories
    that blammer's days maybe numbered are everywhere.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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