JackGriffin wrote:Ask yourself: If I ran a server that accessed and copied your saved ini passwords and you caught me doing it, would it matter what my excuse was? Would it matter at all if I said "Oh yeah, that's my fault. I put that in there and just forgot to take it out. My bad, I'll fix it now (that you know about it)."
JackGriffin wrote:I love Epic, I love the entire Unreal universe. They've sold out completely though. Enjoy that thought while you know that Unreal Tournament will never get finished because they chose to do this instead:
You may well be right but, personally, I don't find the video (or, more particularly, the graphic) very convincing; because the graphic is blurred and I can't see what the processes, etc are and because, in order to demonstrate that the behaviour 'shown' is abnormal and suspicious, one would need to compare it with the activity of a similar, 'normal' program.JackGriffin wrote: This might do it for me. I can't support such behavior by a company.
I got it. Thank you, Sir, for clarification. First time I thought is about those "//fix me" things left everywhere but without to say who is in charge to do those "fixes" - I mean to ruin everything for breaking backward compatibility.papercoffee wrote:EPIC is Evil and want to kill us...
So you are a "chronically anti-social" too - like me after all, because... I'm using to chat and deal with people sitting in front of me as main goal and professional issue.JackGriffin wrote: This is why I don't have a Facebook, Twitter, or Insta.
JackGriffin wrote:So, it didn't take a month. Instead it's just eight days later...
and an extended but thorough explanation:
This might do it for me. I can't support such behavior by a company. This is why I don't have a Facebook, Twitter, or Insta.
Higor wrote:Carbon wrote:credible journalist
Welcome to [the current year].
Journalists are hacks, this is how the real stuff starts before it becomes news.
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