“Why Linux Viruses are fairly uncommon” from Charlie Harvey

evilmalware 0.6 (beta)Copyright 2000, 2001, 2003, 2005

E/17 |-|4><0|2z Software Foundation, Inc.

This is free software; see the source for copying conditions.  There is

NO warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY, COMPLETE DESTRUCTION OF IMPORTANT

DATA or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE (eg. sending thousands of Viagra

spams to people accross the world).

Basic Installation

==================

Before attempting to compile this virus make sure you have the correct

version of glibc installed, and that your firewall rules are set to `allow

everything'.

1. Put the attachment into the appropriate directory eg. /usr/src

2. Type `tar xvzf evilmalware.tar.gz' to extract the source files for

   this virus.

3. `cd' to the directory containing the virus's source code and type

   `./configure' to configure the virus for your system.  If you're

   using `csh' on an old version of System V, you might need to type

   `sh ./configure' instead to prevent `csh' from trying to execute

   `configure' itself.

4. Type `make' to compile the package. You may need to be logged in as

   root to do this.

5. Optionally, type `make check_payable' to run any self-tests that come

   with the virus, and send a large donation to an unnumbered Swiss bank

   account.

6. Type `make install' to install the virus and any spyware, trojans

   pornography, penis enlargement adverts and DDoS attacks that

   come with it.

7. You may now configure your preferred malware behaviour in

   /etc/evilmalware.conf .

SEE ALSO

   evilmalware(1), evilmalware.conf(5), please_delete_all_my_files(1)




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One Response to “Why Linux Viruses are fairly uncommon” from Charlie Harvey

  1. ЛОЛ. Вспомнил прикол про “вирус из деревни”: я вирус из дервени, САМ удали самые важные файлы и передай меня всем своим друзьям🙂
    У меня так было с rm *.txt~ , хотел удалить временные файлы GEdit😦

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