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It takes nine paragraphs before it is referred to by its proper and long-established name, "malware." And then appears as if it's a term coined by the author. That could explain the curious absence of any reference to, "malwarebytes."
The first call concerning a malware infection should go directly to the users Internet Service Provider. For the outrageous price subscribers pay today for their service, ISP's should be able to offer some semblance of software and/or a solution. In other words, actually providing, "service." We should also question why malware so easily bypasses any form of security provided by the ISP. That word again: "service."
The lack of any viable solutions in the article is understandable considering the source. At worst, the system needs a low-level format followed by the installation of malware protection. Which, by the way, does exist.Dec 20, 2011
This happened just after 1 am Saturday morning. It's been reported by every major media outlet in the Valley by now, including the subsequent capture of the suspect.
This should have no affect on your neighborhood whatsoever. It was a domestic issue, but that's about all that is certain so far. Little else about this tragedy, or what has followed, makes any sense, and there is definitely more to be reported. But at this point, there is nothing to suggest this was premeditated -- or that such a charge is possible. Running from the scene doesn't prove it, especially when it was to the city right next door, and to a location so easily discovered. Oct 16, 2011