How many of us are? Don’t think you are capable of murder? Would you murder to save your family? Oh, you don’t think that is murder? What would you call it?
I can think of one instance where I would kill and kill willingly and with joy: if I ever discovered and located the rotting flesh that spends its time writing software for the sole purpose of ruining computers, hard disks, software, stealing private data like passwords and bank information. Yes, I would would be tickled pink to find the scum that writes Trojan programs, viruses, and other malware, because their only purpose in life is to ruin the lives of other people and destroy data and computers.
I would make them look into the barrel of the gun in my hand, make them get on their bellies and beg for their lives. Then, after I tell them about the grief and misery they have caused so many millions of people, I would pull the trigger and watch their heads explode, splattering their evil brains against the walls.
Those demons who write such malware—tell me, folks: what purpose do they serve? What good, if any, do they do? Oh, I know Norton and scores of other anti-virus programmers are pleased there are such evil people in the world, otherwise Norton and the others would be out of a job. Necessity is the mother of invention.
But—other than ensuring jobs and income for anti-virus folks, what purpose do those pond scums serve? I bet you have had your share of misery with viruses and Trojans. I have had my share, and am still trying to stop the damn malware from attacking my computer every damn time I log on.
I’ve run boot-time scans, MS Malware scans, Avast scans, and scans and scans and scans, yet the bastards are still attacking my computer, forcing me to scan my computer each and every time I turn it off.
Yes—I would murder and murder gladly. It would be a pleasure to see evil programmers/software bastards die. I hope they burn in Hell.
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- Ethical hack (slideshare.net)
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- 99.9% Of New Mobile Malware Is For Android (eteknix.com)
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