13 January 2005

XML Knight: Virus Anti-body

The tool which attaches to an XML feed, then copy itself into everything and will forever fight new viral attacks.

Fed up over problems stemming from viruses and spyware, more computer users are giving up or curbing their use of the Internet Ref
What if there was a "central virus-portal" that all XML-feeds automatically-pinged to, and the XML feed then injected the "virus fighter" into anything they came across.

Kind of like "good virus" or "anti-bodies" for the internet.

Doesn't Microsoft have a hidden backdoor to all its products? Rather than requiring end-users to download software, couldn't the XML Knight be introduced through this backdoor?
The tool which attaches to an XML feed, then copy itself into everything and will forever fight new viral attacks.

Fed up over problems stemming from viruses and spyware, more computer users are giving up or curbing their use of the Internet Ref
What if there was a "central virus-portal" that all XML-feeds automatically-pinged to, and the XML feed then injected the "virus fighter" into anything they came across.

Kind of like "good virus" or "anti-bodies" for the internet.

Doesn't Microsoft have a hidden backdoor to all its products? Rather than requiring end-users to download software, couldn't the XML Knight be introduced through this backdoor?
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