Thanks for the reminder. I should go reread some of their releases.
Simple virus possession, dissemination, and research is illegal, commercial companies get a pass because they're "good" and the government decides not to prosecute but technically they're breaking the law.
How well are some (now) adults with families and jobs going to fare attracting attention by sharing with the public in a hackerish way the government and other agencies don't want?
It's not worth it.
Any progress on this?
I also recall these viruses taught you about terminate-stay-residents, self-modifiers, boot sectors and how to manage your 8k of memory... everything really.