posted on Jul, 6 2012 @ 07:12 PM
Not only is it not really a big deal, it's even less of one since the loss of Internet would effectively stop any malware from spreading. Sort of
the opposite effect they would like to go for I'd think when designing the thing.
Even if infected, it's nothing a flash drive, and a few good programs like tdsskiller, etc. won't clean up in a hurry.
But honestly - if we get computers that have malware, the longer they are in use, the better it is to just rebuild the thing. If someone had malware
for that long.. just rebuild the computers, not worth trying to clean up the mess. Nothing like trying to hunt down services turned off, corrupt
dlls, IE and Firefox settings that have been changed, none of which are fixed by anti virus software in most cases.