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Someone Spent $1.3 Million on Laptop Infected With Six of The Most Destructive Computer Viruses A used Samsung NC10 costs less than $200. But a used Samsung NC10 with six of the most dangerous types of malware is apparently worth $1.345 million—so long as it’s art. Internet artist Guo O Dong created the “The Persistence of Chaos” at the behest of cybersecurity company Deep Instinct. With the help of engineers, the artist installed six types of malware into the 2008 laptop. According to the Verge, Guo chose the viruses based on the amount of financial havoc each has wreaked— BlackEnergy, DarkTequila, ILOVEYOU, MyDoom, SoBig, and WannaCry, which was used in a cyberattack in May 2017 that was alleged to have originated in North Korea, and infected more than 200,000 computers in 150 countries. The artist is currently streaming a viewing of the Pandora’s notebook on Twitch.
I got a new toy which takes RAW files which I have never used so I am looking for first hand views on any programs that can view and manipulate such files. Ideally the program needs to view folders full of files quickly and be fairly easy for a beginner to use. I don't mind having two programs. A fast viewer and a slower full feature manipulator. I'm using Darktable at the moment which seems pretty reasonable but it has frozen twice already. I have only viewed files so far with it. http://www.darktable.org/ First hand views gratefully accepted.