14 Feb 2004

Windows(2000/NT4.0)部份源码泄露

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微软公司发言人汤姆·皮拉表示:“今天,我们发现Windows 2000和NT 4.0的部分<!–NEWSZW_HZH_BEGIN–>源代码非法地出现在互联网上。”他警告说,任何第三方传播这些源代码都是非法的行为,微软将对此采取严肃行动。
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Windows 2000 Source Code
From: Undisclosed
Sent: Friday, February 18, 2000 12:55 PM
To: Various

/* Source Code to Windows 2000 /

#include “win31.h”
#include “win95.h”
#include “win98.h”
#include “workst~1.h”
#include “evenmore.h”
#include “oldstuff.h”
#include “billrulz.h”
#include “monopoly.h”
#define INSTALL = HARD

char make_prog_look_big[1600000];
void main()
{
while(!CRASHED)
{
display_copyright_message();
display_bill_rules_message();
do_nothing_loop();
if (first_time_installation)
{
make_50_megabyte_swapfile();
do_nothing_loop();
totally_screw_up_HPFS_file_system();
search_and_destroy_the_rest_of_OS/2();
make_futile_attempt_to_damage_Linux();
disable_Netscape();
disable_RealPlayer();
disable_Lotus_Products();
hang_system();
}

write_something(anything);
display_copyright_message();
do_nothing_loop();
do_some_stuff();

if (still_not_crashed)
{
display_copyright_message();
do_nothing_loop();
basically_run_windows_3.1();
do_nothing_loop();
do_nothing_loop();
}
}

if (detect_cache())
disable_cache();

if (fast_cpu())
{
set_wait_states(lots);
set_mouse(speed, very_slow);
set_mouse(action, jumpy);
set_mouse(reaction, sometimes);
}

/ printf(“Welcome to Windows 3.1”); /
/
printf(“Welcome to Windows 3.11”); /
/
printf(“Welcome to Windows 95”); /
/
printf(“Welcome to Windows NT 3.0”); /
/
printf(“Welcome to Windows 98”); /
/
printf(“Welcome to Windows NT 4.0”); */
printf(“Welcome to Windows 2000”);

if (system_ok())
crash(to_dos_prompt)
else
system_memory = open(“a:\swp0001.swp”, O_CREATE);

while(something)
{
sleep(5);
get_user_input();
sleep(5);
act_on_user_input();
sleep(5);
}
create_general_protection_fault();
}

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原来MS的同学们不喜欢写注释?

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