Microsoft Security Essentials WTF



  • <MSE> Why should you trust me? I don't even trust me!


  • Discourse touched me in a no-no place

     That means your MSE executable failed checksum and it figures it's probably infected with something - but it can't figure out what.



  • Hi,

    Will you be willing to upload some logs to the forum for me to investigate?

    Yitzhak.



  • Some logs



  • I'm going over the logs right now.




  •  

    Just moving my logs over.



  • No Logs

    Sorry, looks like the logs were deleted.



  • @katana said:

    Sorry, looks like the logs were deleted.
     

    Truncated!



  • @dhromed said:

    @katana said:

    Sorry, looks like the logs were deleted.
     

    Trunkated!

     



  • log rotation





  • Processed logs



  • Circular Logging

    Log table.



  • @b-redeker said:

    Log table.
     

    At my last job, I was called upon to write a J2EE application that was basically a specialized clone of phpMyAdmin (don't ask). It was referred to as "Table Maintenance". 

    Pretty much every time the status of the project was brought up at a meeting, someone would have to make a show of checking the stability of the table we were sitting at, and commenting favorably on the current state of table maintenance.



  • @Someone You Know said:

    @b-redeker said:

    Log table.
     

    At my last job, I was called upon to write a J2EE application that was basically a specialized clone of phpMyAdmin (don't ask). It was referred to as "Table Maintenance". 

    Pretty much every time the status of the project was brought up at a meeting, someone would have to make a show of checking the stability of the table we were sitting at, and commenting favorably on the current state of table maintenance.

    I think you're legally allowed to murder them after the fifth repeat of the same lame-ass joke.



  • @blakeyrat said:

    I think you're legally allowed to murder them after the fifth repeat of the same lame-ass joke.

    Nono, it's a meme. That's allowed.



  • @blakeyrat said:

    @Someone You Know said:

    @b-redeker said:

    Log table.
     

    At my last job, I was called upon to write a J2EE application that was basically a specialized clone of phpMyAdmin (don't ask). It was referred to as "Table Maintenance". 

    Pretty much every time the status of the project was brought up at a meeting, someone would have to make a show of checking the stability of the table we were sitting at, and commenting favorably on the current state of table maintenance.

    I think you're legally allowed to murder them after the fifth repeat of the same lame-ass joke.

     

    I'm not sure I could really enforce that well in this case, since the someone in question was probably me on at least five occasions.



  • @Someone You Know said:

    @blakeyrat said:

    I think you're legally allowed to murder them after the fifth repeat of the same lame-ass joke.
     

    I'm not sure I could really enforce that well in this case, since the someone in question was probably me on at least five occasions.

    Sometimes suicide is the only option.



  • @Spectre said:

    In Soviet Russia, Lenin logs YOU!!

    As a popular (anti)soviet joke goes:

    "the Red Square event is cancelled. Somebody stole Lenin's inflatable log".



  • @Someone You Know said:

    @blakeyrat said:

    @Someone You Know said:

    @b-redeker said:

    Log table.
     

    At my last job, I was called upon to write a J2EE application that was basically a specialized clone of phpMyAdmin (don't ask). It was referred to as "Table Maintenance". 

    Pretty much every time the status of the project was brought up at a meeting, someone would have to make a show of checking the stability of the table we were sitting at, and commenting favorably on the current state of table maintenance.

    I think you're legally allowed to murder them after the fifth repeat of the same lame-ass joke.

     

    I'm not sure I could really enforce that well in this case, since the someone in question was probably me on at least five occasions.

     

    TRWTF is people who can't tell the difference between "lame-ass joke" and "time-honored tradition".

    Way back in high school, in Geology class, the first line anybody (including the teacher) ever uttered when asked to identify a specimen was "it's definitely a rock".  Dozens, perhaps hundreds of repetitions later, it never got old.



  • @da Doctah said:

    Way back in high school, in Geology class, the first line anybody (including the teacher) ever uttered when asked to identify a specimen was "it's definitely a rock".  Dozens, perhaps hundreds of repetitions later, it never got old.

     My reaction would have been to bring in a coprolite and see their reaction after they had held it for examination and been told what it was.



  • @tgray said:

     My reaction would have been to bring in a coprolite and see their reaction after they had held it for examination and been told what it was.
     

    +1 subversion


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