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Cake Trojan

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This trojan/virus goes into your computer, and is called "cake.exe".

You click it open, and it "promise you cake" if you can complete obscure text based puzzle, about cats, and companion cube's love life.

It will congrats you, and inform you that the test is now over. And that there is absolutely no chance of a dangerous organic malfunction, prior to your victory candescence. It will thank you for participating in Aperture science enrichment center, computer aided test, and bid you farewell.

It then pops up a countdown to cake delivery, in which it will freeze you keyboard and mouse, and start 'obviously messing up your computer settings', before formatting your hard drive.

Enjoy, Aperture Science.

Hackers do what they must, because hackers can.

mofosyne, Oct 07 2010

Portal http://en.wikipedia...al_%28video_game%29
For reference... [Jinbish, Oct 07 2010]

Still Alive http://www.youtube....watch?v=RthZgszykLs
{Ending song of "Portal"} [Jinbish, Oct 07 2010]

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       Is English not your first language?
Twizz, Oct 07 2010
  

       The odds are good. Around 400m people learn English as a first language, but about 2bn learn it as a second language.
hippo, Oct 07 2010
  

       I'm GlADos I didn't click on that cake virus.
zen_tom, Oct 07 2010
  

       (Ooh, another application for the new Tumbleweed Emoticon!)   

       .....*
Boomershine, Oct 07 2010
  

       [hippo] you're forgetting to overlap internet usage, available free time, and unmet desire to invent weird things with your map of people who speak English as a first vs a second language.
Voice, Oct 07 2010
  

       I was expecting this to be a way of gatecrashing stag-night parties. Disappointing.
Loris, Oct 07 2010
  

       It would have been pretty much impossible to expect *this*.
Boomershine, Oct 07 2010
  

       I thought was a new edible condom.
DenholmRicshaw, Oct 07 2010
  

       I thought it was a soldier-shaped cake.
daseva, Oct 07 2010
  

       (-) If you're using characters from somewhere really cool and artistic in your idea, I want to see you do something really cool and artistic *with* them. "Use them as bait in a Trojan horse" is kind of disappointing.
jutta, Oct 08 2010
  

       Kids, this is your brain on non-prescription drugs, I think.
infidel, Oct 08 2010
  
      
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