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1. Wrong. They are Linux programs, therefore they can be used on any Linux version.2. Great site!
FreeBSD is not a Linux distro. It's pure Unix. More specifically, it's the current incarnation of the BSD branch, the only surviving one.
I'll vote if you use fewer exclamation points ;)
That's almost impossible, though.
You have no idea how seriously we programmers take our pranks.
Many Windows users *aren't* remotely intelligent.
This is not a virus. This is a payload.
As far as I can tell, it's designed to repeatedly execute an arbitrary payload.
What language do you think cmd and Windows at large were written in? C.
Not illegal, but mostly impossible.