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    Framed for child porn by....computer virus?

    Of all the sinister things that Internet viruses do, this might be the worst: They can make you an unsuspecting collector of child pornography


    Framed for Child Porn by a PC Virus - Cybersecurity - FOXNews.com
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    Uh, yeah. That guy looks completely innocent. I know, innocent until proven guilty. I still don't get the whole "surfing sites on someone elses computer thing". You can search for all pictures on your computer by going to search, and entering *.jpg any jpeg will appear with it's location in the search box.
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    So everybody now has to constantly search their hard drives for bogus pictures? Things like this are scary both because they can give credit in the public eye to virus defenses, and because it points out how computers can't really be safe to be used. It's scary what can be done if someone finds a way to get their program onto your computer, regardless if it puts porn there or if it does something else bad. We are at the mercy of how good our anti-virus software is, it seems.
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    After reading the entire article, it doesn't seem like the computer forensics specialist was buying this story either. I'm not saying that it couldn't happen, but for the amount of time that I'm on the computer, if a pervert had to wait for me to boot up, log on, and then hurry up and get his jollies until I shut down, there would be a lot of horny perverts sitting around without any porn to watch......
    The six o'clock rule
    I tell them to act according to the six o'clock rule, a phrase that causes most of them to say, "Huh?"
    I tell them to use this little test before they decide to do something. If they were to do what they're thinking about, and it became the lead story on the six o'clock news, would they be proud? Would their department be proud, and would their family be proud? It's a simple way to live your life both personally and professionally.

    Bruce Thomason


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