torsdag den 28. august 2008
Endnu er der ingen tilfælde af direkte virus angreb på GIS data og de applikationer som driver det. Men det er vel kun et spørgsmål om tid inden at man ser en grafitti på det ellers så pæne kort ...
It is yet to be seen. A virus attack directed at GIS data and maps. But it is however just a matter of time before we see the first 'I was here' graffiti on a nicely mad map out there.
A computer virus is alive and well on the International Space Station (ISS).
Nasa has confirmed that laptops carried to the ISS in July were infected with a virus known as Gammima.AG.
The worm was first detected on Earth in August 2007 and lurks on infected machines waiting to steal login names for popular online games.
Nasa said it was not the first time computer viruses had travelled into space and it was investigating how the machines were infected.
Read more: http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/technology/7583805.stm