Crying Shame

Discussion in 'FirstDefense-Rescue Forum' started by WilliamP, Aug 19, 2010.

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  1. EASTER

    EASTER Registered Member

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    If it's been done before it "CAN" happen again!!!

    If not, then it can be considered a once-in-a-lifetime legend that hit it's mark dead on then faded into glory.

    Heroes are rembered, but Legends never die. :thumb:
     
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    Out with the Old In with the New, and no shadow of a doubt when the new does come in, The Rhinestone cowboys here will change their tune :cautious:
     
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    New never equates with being better. Just look at the history of Microsoft, software makers, etc.

    I dunno, i keep looking for an approach that improves on what's now considered classical security softwares and i keep finding old relics still standing out in the better defense of today's systems.

    The old adage still rings true, what works in perfect condition usually lasts, new experimental creations are always in a state of flux and total transfer is never been a complete success.

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    Quite true Easter, but unfortunately as we both know the old often wont work with the New (OS)
     
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    How very true, due to the changed internal makeup of the newest design's changes etc.

    Unusual rapid economical shifts don't help much either on the source side of certain product master's distribution methods, but then that's their choice to make or break of their own.

    We're just the end user/customer and is up to us to latch on to the developer who shows the better concern for his/her customer's needs.

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