"You're basically saying A > A since this "anyone" includes "you" too.
So.. he hates Microsoft so much he does an infinite recursion of Cantor diagonalisation every time he thinks of them?
That's a lot of hate!
No amount of AV is going to protect against a user's stupidity.
And no amount of AV is going to protect against vendor/distributor stupidity either. Here we have a program, running on a non-firewalled device, which on install, instead of being non-functional, opens up to the whole world with a default password. This is not the 1990's people! In this day and age, I expect a program to be secure by default... whatever it takes, even if it means it is non-functional at install.
I actually have a jailbroken iphone on which I installed openssh. When I logged in I immediately realized the risk I was running and changed the password. However, between the time of installing openssh on my iPhone and the moment I changed the password there was at least a period of 5 minutes in which people could have hijacked the machine. Unforgivable. This distributor should be ashamed of himself.
Backed up the system lately?