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I guessed as much, it was mostly the second sentence I wanted to point out.
Swedish humour is mostly aiming for embarrassment, which isn't my cup of tea. But as you might imagine, the Office is mighty popular here.
Even if you don't understand, I'm sure Mark does. His wife is from China as far as I know. I've been to China - even deep into the Hebei province, as well as Beijing and the Great Wall. Fascinating country!
Let's get serious for a moment: I have seen Chinese people at work with my own eyes in China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and here in the USA. They are an intelligent and industrious people that I admire, but I will never accept the Chinese governmental system (excluding what I saw in Taiwan and Hong Kong). They could be so much more in a free society!
Which the company I worked for purchased the source from a company in Germany.
And while running it on a test machine a file named "errorlog.txt" appeared on the root of C drive with only the following text:
In installdarpanviapropriettycode function
Anybody else see the acronym "darpa" in there (right after "install")? (And couldn't they spell propriety correctly!)
Now the acronym "darpa" refers to a US Agency: Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency
So, code from a private company references DARPA? Maybe DARPA/NSA had someone on the inside put in a backdoor?
Wouldn't surprise me.
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