Microsoft targets malware in digital crime bust

kianm

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Vitalwerks criticised the way Microsoft handled the operation, saying some 1.8 million of its users lost service for several days.
IMO I don't think this Vitalwerks has the right to say anything seeing they were behind the operations. If you have dirty business going on at your back office there is chance of collateral damage when cleaners come in
 

ghoti

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IMO I don't think this Vitalwerks has the right to say anything seeing they were behind the operations. If you have dirty business going on at your back office there is chance of collateral damage when cleaners come in
Bull**** they were behind the operations. One of their services (which is widely used) was been abused.
 

Fingolfin

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Those poor computers! It must have been so traumatic! Thank goodness someone set them free! ...At least the computers are free these days. Maybe next up, Microsoft Corporation can free us humans from the cyber crooks who control us!

But seriously, Microsoft can launch international cyber war legally now?
 
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