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RE: In cybercrime war, military projects can be game changers
So, if you keep thinking along the line of the body's self-defense mechanisms... witness cell reproduction: it's the ultimate way to keep an poorly protected network of components from virus spread/corruption by allowing it to continuously duplicate and replace aging/sick/dead parts based on an master DNA. QED = if you constantly wipe and reinject random OS or App code during idle time (and do the same to always on system files during restarts) then you're on to something! My local library wipes and reformats the pubilc PCs via a network image every night, which forces users to work from data on a removable drive if they want it to persist. Wouldn't it be better to implement this sequentially on a microsecond frequency instead?
Posted by sspirall
7th Jan 2011