Samsung's R540 notebook, which is alleged to have had the StarLogger spyware loaded onto it, is on sale in Australia. Who will be the first to confirm or deny that the Aussie R540 is clean - or infected?
Remember when Sony was putting rootkits on its CDs and the thunderous outcry it caused? Now Samsung is being accused of putting keylogger spyware on its notebooks, but did Samsung really do it on purpose or it all some massive mistake?
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