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Re: [dvd-discuss] Illegal tactics funded by Anti-piracy advocates

On Wednesday 07 May 2003 14:08, Jeremy Erwin wrote:
# A bit far fetched-- don't you think? Many of these viruses target file 
# sharing networks. It would probably be a violation of the various 
# privacy act statutes to install the necessary clients. It all seems a 
# little bizarre to me-- as I'm not aware of any mp3 players that are 
# designed to execute arbitrary code.

A file is a file.  Since not all systems are as wide-open to
attack as MSWindows (and by the way, doesn't this plan
suggest that the Cartel knows that they can count on that
insecurity?) someone could download it on a robust
system and then pass it -- more-or-less innocently -- to
someone else via e-mail or whatever.

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