Malitious programming

This is a discussion on Malitious programming within the A Brief History of Cprogramming.com forums, part of the Community Boards category; I remember once on this board an Unregistered user posting a "potentially harmful" program onto the boards. I've been reading ...

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    Malitious programming

    I remember once on this board an Unregistered user posting a "potentially harmful" program onto the boards. I've been reading the FAQ and other documents related to this board and I have found nothing to say that this is not allowed. So how can we get in trouble for it if were not warned not to in the first place?

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    Its not rocket science vasanth's Avatar
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    !!!MAN you really think a lot...

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    pronounced 'fib' FillYourBrain's Avatar
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    face, you're too young to watch the movies with Jay and Silent Bob. Your avatar is inappropriate for your age!!
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    the hat of redundancy hat nvoigt's Avatar
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    It's also not allowed to kill your neighbour, although we don't specifically post it here or in the FAQ. Use some common sense.
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    But it IS posted in the law book, which is the FAQ of the real world

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    plus even if your unregistered your ip is logged when you post something here so its generally not a good idea to post something of that nature.
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    Originally posted by xds4lx
    plus even if your unregistered your ip is logged when you post something here so its generally not a good idea to post something of that nature.
    ok so what your ip is logged... who knows if its their real ip... they could use proxy to mask their original ip...

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    > But it IS posted in the law book, which is the FAQ of the real world

    Um... yeah, and so is stuff like using viruses...

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