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Prank software

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hello all,
would anybody know of any prank software for windows? im going to be doing a presentation on internet security and threats in April and I wanted to know if there were any fun kind of prank software out there. I wanted something that could resemble a trojan horse, maybe just ejecting someones disk drive, etc. Does any such software exist?
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    The hippie freak computer geek

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I would consider any kind of software that is put on my computer with out my knowledge and consent to be malware.
If the purpose of this software is to act in a strange or unusual fashion it is definitely malware!
I would not suggest this.
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    Trusted Tech

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You're getting into some risky business here... I don't think it's safe to continue this topic, I'm going to motion for its closure...
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While your intentions for this project appear safe (at face value), the next person to benefit from our assistance may have more malicious intentions in mind. For that reason, you must understand that we cannot offer you assistance with this issue.

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