Buub wrote:"Send lawyers, guns, and money..."
JohnC wrote:Hey now, the detection rate for their current product is not that awful - it's not as good as better paid options but much better than worthless crap from Microsoft or even Avira's products:
http://www.av-test.org/en/tests/home-us ... laug-2013/
NovusBogus wrote:On a serious note, decentralized hardware like local darknets and ad-hoc wireless is the right way to go. As long as everything flows through a handful of server farms owned by major telecoms it will be really easy for spies, hackers, disgruntled employees and other troublemakers to have their way with the system. Can't tell if his gadget is supposed to do that or will just be a big access point.
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