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#5307644 Hidden Update: Bots Dying

Posted by ilovecuttingyews on 18 September 2012 - 02:17 PM

Yeah, I saw 2 spambots explode. I don't have vid software, but I'll try to screeny one.

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#5303769 Botany Bay BTS Vid.

Posted by ilovecuttingyews on 07 September 2012 - 01:57 PM

I agree, Kaida. 3-strikes is too much for bots. Especially since the majority are throw away goldfarming accounts. All the RWTers have to do is bot until they get 2 warnings, transfer the GP to a mule (or sell it off directly from the goldfarmer bot) and then create new accounts.

#5300787 [exploit patched] Disable Java NOW, users told, as 0-day exploit hits web

Posted by ilovecuttingyews on 31 August 2012 - 01:06 PM

Oracle has released a new Java update that patched the security flaw. http://reviews.cnet....-vulnerability/

#5286895 Why did Andrew Leave, Again?

Posted by ilovecuttingyews on 26 July 2012 - 12:24 PM

Ships? Pirates? Sailing!

If we're all so into metaphors, I think of it like this. A chef starts a little restaurant where he spends most of his time in the kitchen, making new dishes. Everyone loves these unique foods, so the restaurant becomes more popular. Eventually because of demand another one opens in the chain. The chef takes on the responsibility of running that one as well. He still can cook, but his time is slowly shifting more towards the actual managing of the business. 10 years down the road and multiple restaurants in the chain, the chef is no longer able to do anything in the kitchen as he spends all of his time on the business side of the restaurant. He may be making a boatload of money, and it's his 'baby', but he's not doing what he truly loves: innovating in the kitchen. I don't blame that chef for selling the chain to start another small restaurant where he can do what he truly loves, and not just sit behind a desk signing papers all day.