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« Reply #15 on: Aug 18th, 2003, 01:38am »

It`s BIG Brother`s Big Brother`s I`m thinkin about! cool
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« Reply #16 on: Aug 18th, 2003, 6:41pm »

Yes it was most strange how his pc was blitzed.
He ran some Norton software to optimise his system and it said it found an illegal long file name.It asked if he wanted to delete it-looking at the name he decided he could live without it and said delete.It deleted that file-a picture,then went onto delete all the files in the folder,then deleted the folder and so on.Very odd.Its such a shame as he had some lovely pictures of wildlife plants and the like-aswell as the pictures I already mentioned.
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« Reply #17 on: Aug 19th, 2003, 05:51am »

But seriously if something crashes (UFO or classified tech) unknown groups of scientists, unknown gov't agencies, and mililtary personel armed w/ assault rifles will seal off that area. It will never get media coverage and the public will never get a straight answer. If that isn't a Big Brother then I don't know what is.
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« Reply #18 on: Aug 19th, 2003, 06:15am »

on Aug 18th, 2003, 6:41pm, plantzzman wrote:
Yes it was most strange how his pc was blitzed.
He ran some Norton software to optimise his system and it said it found an illegal long file name.It asked if he wanted to delete it-looking at the name he decided he could live without it and said delete.It deleted that file-a picture,then went onto delete all the files in the folder,then deleted the folder and so on.Very odd.Its such a shame as he had some lovely pictures of wildlife plants and the like-aswell as the pictures I already mentioned.


This is going on a tangent but u have to wonder if there is hidden code in the programs u buy and run. In the U.S. the average person runs Microsoft Windows. Who knows what kind of code Bill Gates may have sneaked into Microsoft. Every PC must have tons of trap doors. When u go online people can steal your IP address and record every file u transfer and then invade your PC. Sooo ... maybe Norton has this "deliberate" bug that targets more then just infected files.
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