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Date Signed Up:7/03/2011
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#89 - Comment deleted  [+] (2 replies) 06/03/2014 on amazing football 1 +10
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#173 - The virus won't be able to work unless you execute it.  [+] (2 replies) 05/24/2014 on This is just the root... 0
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#174 - lifesavers (05/24/2014) [-]
Um, did you just destroy your own argument?
#175 - foreveragunner (05/24/2014) [-]
I said they can easily hide virus files .mp4 videos. I didn't say they can easily run virus files in .mp4 videos.
#171 - Picture  [+] (4 replies) 05/24/2014 on This is just the root... 0
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#172 - lifesavers (05/24/2014) [-]
No, none of these are relevant to what you said. The first two detail escaping data in the metadata of the video. There is absolutely no malicious potential for that. The third link details a Microsoft feature (that is disabled by default on newer patches of Windows) that allows embedding hyperlinks in video files. That's completely harmless unless you're an idiot that clicks on every advertisement you see.

There is absolutely no way to execute scripted code from any common-use audio or video codec.
#173 - foreveragunner (05/24/2014) [-]
The virus won't be able to work unless you execute it.
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#174 - lifesavers (05/24/2014) [-]
Um, did you just destroy your own argument?
#175 - foreveragunner (05/24/2014) [-]
I said they can easily hide virus files .mp4 videos. I didn't say they can easily run virus files in .mp4 videos.
#101 - *****, they can easily hide virus files in .mp4 videos.  [+] (6 replies) 05/23/2014 on This is just the root... -7
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#141 - lifesavers (05/23/2014) [-]
You might want to take a computer science course or something before you go out saying things like that.
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#172 - lifesavers (05/24/2014) [-]
No, none of these are relevant to what you said. The first two detail escaping data in the metadata of the video. There is absolutely no malicious potential for that. The third link details a Microsoft feature (that is disabled by default on newer patches of Windows) that allows embedding hyperlinks in video files. That's completely harmless unless you're an idiot that clicks on every advertisement you see.

There is absolutely no way to execute scripted code from any common-use audio or video codec.
#173 - foreveragunner (05/24/2014) [-]
The virus won't be able to work unless you execute it.
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#174 - lifesavers (05/24/2014) [-]
Um, did you just destroy your own argument?
#175 - foreveragunner (05/24/2014) [-]
I said they can easily hide virus files .mp4 videos. I didn't say they can easily run virus files in .mp4 videos.
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