Malware gets a EULA

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8 Responses to “Malware gets a EULA”

  1. Pipenta says:

    The whole business of these damn EULAs is absolutely insane anyway. Really, this is no crazier than the so-called legit ones.

    It’s kind of perfect, in a bizarro universe kind of way, really…

  2. Pipenta says:

    Come to think of it, I’ve run into people who really think like this. This is the way a cluster-b personality disordered person reasons.

    /me shudders.

  3. Agent 86 says:

    They always screw you with those LLPs, right TURTLE?

  4. Jonn says:

    Criminals licensing criminal software to each other. Violation will incur the wrath of an underworld lawyer in an underworld court overseen by the uber underworld judge.

  5. subtle_turtle says:

    That’s nothing. You should see the EULA my dealer made me sign last time I bought Heroin (v1.0) from him!
    “In the event that Heroin becomes your drug interface of choice, the user agrees that all future “licenses” will be purchased at double the original cost directly from Big Louie Drug Tech Solutions LLP.”

  6. GeeksAreMyPeeps says:

    Stories like this are why I no longer need to read the Onion.

  7. noen says:

    Ayyyyyyyyy! Wassa madder? We’re jest doin’ bidness ‘ere.

  8. buddy66 says:

    Great chutzpah! Right up there with the kid who kills his parents asking for leniency because he’s a ‘poor orphan boy.’

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