America’s Intelligence can be gauged by 0day Piracy

May 26, 2006

With access to all the newest pirated software, and media, I have a birds-eye view of trends in software, music, television, film, and just about anything which holds value, and can be distributed electronically.

In recent days, I have come to realize that the intelligence of america can be gauged by the 0day software that’s released on a daily basis. For those of you who are unfamiliar with 0day, go read this.

Almost weekly, a new program to log instant messages is released. That’s right, weekly. By interacting with some of my more stupid friends, at least once per week one of them asks me for a program they can use to check up on their girlfriend, and every time I tell them to just break it off, because they aren’t ready for a commitment. I could give them these applications, but it’s an invasion of privacy, and it’s not necessary. With the number of requests I get for these applications, I must assume they are in high demand.

The companies who make these programs are just providing the market with what they demand, but it’s just unethical, and stupid.

I’m sick of writing for now. More will be written in the future.


2 Responses to “America’s Intelligence can be gauged by 0day Piracy”

  1. Krista Antonini Says:

    I always thought that software was a nice broken-in pair of jeans or your favorite T-shirt but did you ever wonder what that Trend something PC-cillin software was really for besides scanning for a virous. Mine today looked something like this:
    list Sec 2007
    Scan on (undefined target)
    SCANNED 13189 AT 28%
    cI/pROGRAM f/pub60cor/jui 2….
    …. .WMF

    System VO4344/RP8/A000148…

  2. Krista Antonini Says:

    Mikey, what you think?
    Need more info?
    Maybe I can catch another one tomarrow.

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