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Discussion in 'Tech Talk' started by Toyman, Apr 18, 2013.
I'm sure glad I didn't download that one.
As a software developer I can tell you that this is one of the worst nightmares that can possibly happen to you.
I once completed a software update and gave it to the client. I thought they had released it shortly after I gave it to them. Three weeks later when I was on vacation in Yellowstone, the park ranger came and found me at the campground with the message that my client needed me to contact him.
I ended up leaving the kids with my parents, driving 900 miles home, spent 1 hour making a fix, 2 hours sleeping while they tested, then drove 900 miles back to Yellowstone. All because of a bug that only appeared when you had a particular I.E. patch installed - which just happened to be everyone at CNet.com, who was doing a review of the software.
That's dedication! Kudos to you
Glad it didn't happen to me.
Small price to pay for years and years of protection they offered.
That program is a fantastic program that has fixed numerous things with ease that no antivirus program every even shows. I use it on customers machines all the time.
One gaff won't stop me from using or recommending it.
Has the problem been fixed?
Yes, it was fixed almost right away.