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  1. #1

    whatever happened to Onel De Guzman?

    Ano na ba ang balita sa kanya? In case you didn't know, siya yung gumawa ng ILOVEYOU virus nung year 2000 that cost billions of dollars in production time.

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    ewan ko, malay ko, pake ko

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    Question

    Onel? Is that you?

  4. #4
    Baka patay na.

  5. #5
    baka secretly employed to make virus for antivirus companies.

    o kaya nasa kangkungan na.

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    Me rinig ako before na naemploy sya sa isang IT Software sa US

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    last i heard, he was hired by a foreign company.

  8. #8
    pwede ba syang tawaging MrWormVirus sikat na sikat sya dahil na feature pa sya sa Net25...kaya nga lang lalong dumami ang virus dahil sa kanyang virus email concepts :-(

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    He works for Microsoft Corporation

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    Those viruses before that attach to programs and emails don't bother me at all until........... SASSER and the likes. Nowadays whenever I connect to the internet my ISP will always automatically send viruses to my hard drive without even doing anything. Feel so insecure since then because I can never know anymore for sure if my PC is really virus free despite avoiding unknown files from unknown sources and attachments. Firewall is a must these days to ensure your PC is protected however P2P would be very affected too.

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    All right, I've just about had it with all those speculations about his having a programming job. Listen up, guys, he's at best a mediocre programmer. He simply based "his" virus on a virus construction kit. There's nothing brilliant or creative about what he "wrote". Anyone who believes otherwise doesn't know squat about viruses.


  14. #14
    Originally posted by Silverlokk
    All right, I've just about had it with all those speculations about his having a programming job. Listen up, guys, he's at best a mediocre programmer. He simply based "his" virus on a virus construction kit. There's nothing brilliant or creative about what he "wrote". Anyone who believes otherwise doesn't know squat about viruses.

    Bravo! Well Said! Tumpak!

  15. #15
    ano pa nga ba. basta gawang pinoy pagmamalaki ng kahit sino, kahit gano kag*go pa.

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    You don't measure a virus' destructive capability by how it was "written" but by how much damage it caused.

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    Here's an interesting read about virus writers and how their minds work. It's a pretty lengthy read, which was contributed by the blogger to the New York Times early this year.

    One particularly interesting point raised is how a lot of virus creators consider the crackdown against them as tantamount to suppression of freedom of expression. Writing a virus, they argue, is no different from writing a novel.

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    Onel de Guzman is the William Hung of virus writing. He took a pre-existing concept and molded it to his end. Hung covered a song badly. de Guzman "covered" a virus badly.

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    Buhay pa ba sya?

  20. #20
    Originally posted by Chase_Meridian
    You don't measure a virus' destructive capability by how it was "written" but by how much damage it caused.
    The point being?

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