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Posted Feb 2, 2010 23:16 UTC (Tue) by redguardtoo (guest, #39215)
You can ask your Chinese friend to help you if you don't know Chinese
There is hard evidence that most Chinese IT guys don't trust CNNIC at all. Yes, I'm one of those Chinese guys because I know the notorious history of CNNIC too well.
Posted Feb 2, 2010 23:28 UTC (Tue) by redguardtoo (guest, #39215)
Posted Feb 3, 2010 7:29 UTC (Wed) by farter (guest, #62197)
Just google "CNNIC malware". For instance, this page on MS: http://www.microsoft.com/security/portal/Threat/Encyclope....
Maybe I'm xenophobic, but IMHO, any institution having an entry bearing its name in nearly all major malware databases simple is not trustworthy, period.
Posted Feb 3, 2010 15:56 UTC (Wed) by tzafrir (subscriber, #11501)
You claim that there is evidence elsewhere? Fine. BTW: you can still fix that Wikipedia article. I generally have some more trust in Wikipedia articles that are popular enough because they have been reviewed by enough eyeballs, and it is usually easy to tell when the content of the article is controversial (which means I should then further review the talk page and relevant links.
What I saw in the bug report was a bunch of poeple shouting. Beyond shouting, they provided relatively little supporting evidence.
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