My personal opinion is that someone who deliberately hacksinto someone else's computer should be accountable under criminal lawfor whatever damage is done by the unauthorized hacking,even if the damage is "accidental".
Implicit in this statement is that Closed Source vendors have control over the proxies, which isn't entirely true (although they certainly have more control than open source vendors).
I say because new types of threats are continually emerging.
Cornell University, whose reputation had been besmirchedby the Morris Worm in November 1988, found itself in 1992 portrayedby journalists as a breeding ground for malicious computer programs.
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This result shows that computer users are not routinely updating their anti-virus software to protect against the most recent threats computer users are continuing to operate infected machines, which continue to spew viruses and worms via e-mail.
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Again, I agree quite strongly with the point you are making...it's just that this one example weakens it somewhat. That, or I'm missing some subtlty of your argument.
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When this e-mail was received by someone who had Microsoft Word on his/her computer (even if their computer was an Apple Macintosh), and the recipient clicked on the attachment, the document would open and the Melissa virus would automatically infect Word's template file, thus infecting the recipient's computer.
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Maybe the best way to solve this problem would be for most individuals to stop owning computers. At current hardware prices, Microsoft or Yahoo or Google should be able to drop a computer on everyone's desk, configured the way the company wants it, showing the ads the company wants and so forth. Then we'd be rid of the foolish expectations that something we'd paid for was under our control.
In this way, the computer criminal is acting analogous to a burglar.
Now, if they sold you an email server that you ran yourself on hardware that you own (as I do) and didn't let you block messages from them, *that* would be heinous.
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While Microsoft Outlook was necessary for the automatic sending of infected documents, the recipient of such e-mail could be infected even if the recipient used a non-Microsoft e-mail program.