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NewsFlash: Microsoft has Anti-Linux weapon

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Stumbling around the internet I came across some very disturbing news. It is especially disturbing in that this particular piece of news is not directly accessible from the companies web page but is in a hidden section. In light of the recent posturing by Microsoft this news is especially sinister.

According to the article Microsoft has released a new weapon against linux. I couldn't find any sort of date in the article so I am uncertain when it was written but in the context it seems to be quite recent.

In this article the author claims to have seen this new weapon as is evidenced here:

we were allowed a glimpse of this innovative product, codenamed “Precision Patent Penguin Powergun”

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