penguin30 wrote:And the group moves up to lucky 7, or unlucky 7 depending on how you take Laura's method of working herself in.
lyokotech wrote:It was way too easy for Laura to write that virus! A day to discover an exploit and write shellcode without having knowledge of lyoko is improbable. I think she's ether part of Deckard or Project Carthage.
TheAppleFreak wrote:I personally think that Jeremy did that in the time between Echoes and XANA 2.0. I mean, when you have a supercomputer capable of messing with time itself, why wouldn't you mess with it here or there? I figure he probably recompiled everything on a more leisurely schedule, with no XANA to get in his way, and shut it down when he was finished messing around with it.
TB3 wrote:My main issue (notwithstanding how happy I was to see the kids finally getting called on cheerily rewriting people's minds and getting a laugh out of it) was how did Laura get the supercomputer to recognize her as an entity that was to be exempted - previously the rule (as demonstrated in 'Xana Awakens') was that you need to have been scanned in order to gain RTTP immunization. Does the supercomputer complex monitor every person that enters and leaves as a security proceedure, and Laura simply exploited that - evidently she found some way to do a workaround that didn't work on the same principle as the kids themselves, given how her memory came back in drips and drabs.
Tangent128 wrote:Annd my catchup has reached this point.
Things are getting interesting enough that I think I'll be resuming catchup a lot faster now though.
In Laura's defense, having graduated with a Network Security concentration, I always thought Jeremie and Aelita have a terrible understanding of secure coding practices. (Or even plain good-coding practices, if Jeremie used Git then the Skid being destroyed wouldn't be an inconvenience at all! )
Not gonna bother with more detailed thoughts, as it's getting late and I'm sure anything I'd say would already have plenty proven wrong to people who finished the season months ago.
TheAppleFreak wrote:I always thought that the reason the Skid being a pain in the ass to recreate was because it would take too long to recompile, and having multiple Skids would eat up more machine resources than necessary.
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