White House Releases Election Campaining Virus

Funny story written by Muhammad Jalal

Sunday, 13 January 2008

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I.T Expert "Jim Walker", a 22-year old resident of Washington D.C reports, "This morning when I woke up, I found a virus in my heavily-protected computer! Before the virus could do any damage, though, my anti-virus cleaned it. I tried to trace the roots of the virus an found that it had come from the White House!"

The malicious program is a type of virus known as a monkeykit and it tries to overwrite part of a person's brain where political opinions are stored.

Mr. Walker says, the virus brainwashes the computer user by flashing slides of pictures of President George W. Bush with the caption, "President Forever! In Your Face, Obama!"

The result? Easy to predict! Subliminally, the thought of voting for George Bush as President gets implanted in the mind. The victim cannot eat, sleep or do any such thing for the upcoming days till the election is over. All he chants is "President Forever! In Your Face, Obama!"

Computers running Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2003, Windows 2000, MacOS and Linux which are secured with a firewall and antivirus software are all vulnerable to the virus.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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