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Tux Machines (TM)-specific
Microsoft reacted swiftly this morning to close down a site distributing the complete source code of its flagship Vista operating system -- but not before dozens of other sites had mirrored the code.
Loo Flirpa, spokesperson for a little-known Macedonian hacking group based in the provincial capital Morelies, said the code was discovered by a junior member of the group on a routine "training hack" of a Seattle-based server.
"These Windows Servers, they are playthings for the children," Flirpa commented shortly before his arrest.
Here, exclusive to PC World, is a snippet of that code...