1 pointRemember the glorious days of the 90's, when any 14 year old with cut and paste and the wherewithal to read for an hour could attack a Windows machine and give it remote BSOD? No? You are too young you say? Fear not, your time in the sun has come. The good old days are back baby! Microsoft seems to have made the teardrop attack possible again in Windows 7 ... uh, as an eminently wise Andover Prep/Yale cowboy once said ... "heckuva job Brownie!"