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Die Micro$oft DIE......

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I don't mind being a broken record at all(ROFL!!) but the way things are turning out I'm just more right as I ever was.

The idea that I've actually had to listen to M$ fans who complain about my personal blog is just hilarious on it's own. (read stand-alone LOL)

First they rape our personal security then I should shut up about it? Awfully people if you ask me! Censorship wont work on me kids. I'm so sorry about it. (not)

I'm not up for being nice and kind if I'm being scammed, I don't care what you think I should do. Frankly I don't even care about not hurting any feelings when it comes to peeps bending the truth to their own favor.

Die Micro$oft DIE!!! was an article I wrote about a year ago but my main point originated from before 1990. It still stands and it's more solid as ever.

Here it is AGAIN. I suggest you print it out so that you can read it after the Internet has disappeared.

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MS was a noob company back in the day's of the Commodore 64 C= all their software was horrible. I remember their assembly code being the biggest mess I had ever seen. They argued (sins those days) that multitasking is the way to go. I've argued that IRQ (interrupt request) never comes close to a co-processor for about the same time. Another great example of M$ being wrong and me© being right! How dumb is it exactly to mix personal identification with general data on software level? As save as an id card in bmp format?

If the network identification would be a separate process it would have it's own security level.

For example: Imagine how your system performance would be if MSN messenger and Outlook express would be hardware? Surely people would spend loads of time to code and succeed at emulating the whole card in the normal run time environment. Simple firmware with a few million encryption key's would be impossible to hack, the decodation key would be different each day.

The chat hardware would validate like this:
Server sends package - hardware reads package - hardware finds package key by date - hardware encrypts a new package with today's package key + hardware serial + the total number of send key packages + a user id number.

Trying to log on to an account that is not yours would be rewarded with a hardware shut down and sending your personal ID and hardware key to the chat server. An expensive phone call with an explanation would get you reconnected.

O wait, I don't have to explain, we all know that electronic banking works a bit like this already. But I would make the whole application run on external hardware. The video card can render the chat client just the way we are used to. (it's called picture in picture - ancient tech) It should never have to interrupt the CPU. We need the CPU for running applications and need-not to have it do other stuff. My vacuum cleaner does not run any slower if my dishwasher starts, why should my CPU be any different?

But this isn't about performance anymore, it's about making a mess of personal identification.

We can all agree that Microsoft put the credit card information on the streets?

It wasn't me okay?!?!?!

So shut the fuck up about it and learn that it's a company selling 10 cent CD's starting at 200 USD.

We have tons of security companies now, non of them can properly remove the rootkits that we run every day but wait! Can they even detect them?

The 15 register repair utility's I run every day keep finding fantastic numbers of utterly useless DLL's activeX broken shortcuts and lots more.

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