Anyone care to comment or explain?
The software's primary utility appears to be in tracking down suspects that use proxy servers or anonymizing websites to cover their tracks.
Why on Earth a US court would have jurisdiction to authorise access on computers of people leaving abroad or using third-countries proxies is beyond me...
Yesterday I was applying for a job and one of the first pages in the application had a big title saying:
at which I thought "gee, I haven't started yet and already it asks me to resume the upload of a file ?!"
while instead it was attempting to mean "upload of your resume" (which is another word for CV)...
Microsoft is now competing with its own products:
- IE 7 has just passed the 50% mark of the total IE share (remind yourself that it's a mandatory update so users must *explicitly* prevent its installation) and they're almost ready to roll IE 8
- Vista has barely passed the 10% mark (don't believe their hype, many have plainly got Vista OEM/Corporate but installed and used XP on their computer) and Windows 7 is already on the xmas shopping list
Thus spake the master programmer: "Time for you to leave." -- Geoffrey James, "The Tao of Programming"