Even if the poison only worked on the thieves, you would still go to jail for murder. It's a problem for people who still think privacy is worth something, which clearly you don't. There's just zero point in engaging moderators with threats. Edit: Reading through the Reddit Thread » , Might of been there for months. Your wording is exclusively clear. In their arrogance they have not just given themselves this access, but also granted it to everyone else at the same time with no thought or care as to the implications of that decision.
Remember that some users might use the same password for paypal or e-banking. Stupid should hurt and I hope you get sued into oblivion so a reputable person like Martin Shkreli can buy you in a bankruptcy sale. Does someone here know more about cmdhost. Flight sim company FlightSimLabs has found itself in trouble after installing malware onto users' machines as an anti-piracy measure. Please address comments about this page to. Of course we used underhanded tactics used by those with ill intentions, but we're the good guys!! If I don't think you're a trustworthy dev, your stuff goes in a sandbox.
So I do take issue with the suggestion that I simply reported comments that were critical or that I disagreed with. Btw isn't there such a thing as free speech? However, with the possibility of a nefarious third-party dumping something nasty in a pirate release still lurking on the horizon, things took an unexpected turn. If such a specific serial number is used by a pirate a person who has illegally obtained our software and the installer verifies this against the pirate serial numbers stored in our server database, it takes specific measures to alert us. This, indeed, is why I was actually quite careful to only highlight very specific posts which contained clearly defamatory claims, and not simply posts which I 'disagreed' with. Last week FlightSimLabs once again found itself at the centre of a in the flightsim community regarding some suspicious files in their A320X installation. But spyware is going too far even for them.
I think we are well beyond customer's feeling threatened. Basically you are renting the software for this price. So that's why they want you to turn off your anti-virus while installing. Certainly dodged the bullet on that one. Update: The developers now say they were. The company in question, Flight Sim Labs, have since replaced the dirty jet with a clean one. Snappy0, you'll have to change to your real name, you know? I mean, even having such a measure in such a way in place is pretty damaging as far as trust towards the company goes.
The one where any action is acceptable if a company thinks it's losing money, lying about everyone who dares criticise said companies, or do we have the one where all gamers are personally attacked because a tiny niche market unaware of this company's actions might continue to but from them? They have the ability to set a terrific example for the rest of society. I know this for a fact because we have 4 processes that get flagged on a daily basis Everytime we build them. The mods here probably -- genuinely -- consider that they are being bastions of free speech by taking this position. Lets just wait until someone from the staf or makes a post explaining what is actually going on Edit: Love how people jump to conclusions before having all the information. For all intents and purposes, they were compromised just that nothing on that particular vector existed. I think so, and the law thinks so too.
The end result is a market filled with both paid and free add-on content. If I recall correctly, that resulted in several class action lawsuits that Sony lost. We will update this article as more information becomes available. It'll be interesting to see the explanation, but not for one second do I believe that a reputable organisation that has created such a valued product for our community is at all capable of doing what I described above. As shady as that is, it is not the end.
We all realize that you put a lot of trust in our products and this would be contrary to what we believe. Of course, I had work and they specifically designed this so that only folks who were lucky enough to not be working for a 45 minute period got a copy of the thing. Just before the weekend, Reddit user reported finding something unusual in his A320X module, the same module that caused the earlier controversy. There are other ways to prevent piracy than to include dangerous code with the installer. I'll never buy a Sony anything ever again.
It has nothing to do with piracy or anything like that. As additional information was made available, the story became even more sensational. We need to push back. Prior to joining the team, he spent 14 years writing and editing content on our sister site Geek. How long before some hacker decides to exploit this for himself. A better analogy would be going to a restaurant, having a meal and paying for it.
Take it or leave it, it's up to everyone to make that decision. These videos are made possible thanks to your support on Patreon : MaximumPsychosis, Meow Lieutenant, Nimble Griffin, Sephie Mey, Trevor Stein, Will Lake. You know what else does that? The devs get caught putting malware on people's pcs and somehow get away with it. I too would like to hear the reasoning, but they have a huge burden to prove that they had no malice. In my experience most, if not all, discussion forums on the Internet are quite cognisant of that fact and are generally quite proactive in ensuring that constructive discussion can continue without straying in to such territory.
How do you check i have no signs of a test. On balance however, i probably wont be putting my money on it though. We have already replaced the installer in question and can only promise you that we will do everything in our power to rectify the issue with those who feel offended, as well as never use any such heavy-handed approach in the future. There needs to be economic consequences for their hubris, and punishment for their illegal actions. Hopefully these clowns get what is coming to them, this is absurd behavior. This way you could have a look at your processes running and it would show notepad. Their previous stunt of adding malware to their program burned through all the trust they might have enjoyed, and that they tried this leads me to suspect that despite their 'we're sorry you were offended' apology for that stunt, they haven't learned a thing.