Internett er nå trygt igjen

gearhead computer work Internett er nå trygt igjen

Dette i følge indisk mann som reparerer datamaskiner over telefon.

Den siste tiden er det gått et rykte om en mann som har ringt rundt til flere husstander i landet for å hjelpe de med datamaskinene deres. Han skal ha snakket dårlig engelsk og advart de mot farene ved internett. TelefonMannen skal ikke ha utstedt krav om kompensasjon og kan derfor antas å være en mønsterborger av de sjeldne.

Mandag mottok Mediehuset Adrian en telefon i fra denne mannen, der han ytret et ønske om å hjelpe redaksjonen med internett-problemet.

TelefonMannen kunne røpe at det nå igjen er trygt å vandre på internett. Dersom noen andre mottar lignende telefoner, kan de derfor anta at det er svindlere som bare er ute etter å få tak i datamaskinen deres.

 

Fullt referat av telefonintervjuet under:

(Telefonen ringer)

Adrian: Hallo?

TelefonMann: Hello. Do you have a computer?

A: Hallo?

TM: Hello. Do you have a computer?

A: Yes. Yes, I do.

TM: You have a problem with your computer. It is connected to the internet and that means dangerous programs and viruses have gotten in to your computer. Your computer is in danger and we would like to help you.

A: Hæ?

TM: Hello? Do you speak English?

A: Why, yes I do. Thank you.

TM: …okay. You have a problem with your computer. It is connected to the internet and that means dangerous programs-

A: Does this happen often? Computers being in danger from the internet?

TM: Yes. Yes it does, sir. Your computer is connected to the internet and that means dangerous programs and viruses have gotten in to your computer. Would you mind going to your computer?

A: I have to say it is awfully nice of you to bring this to my attention. How do you know this about my computer?

TM: I’m sorry, sir?

A: How can you see my computer and its state of health from where you are?

TM: We monitor the internet.

A: All of it?

TM: Yes. The internet.

A: Do you live in the internet?

TM: No, sir. I can see your computer with my computer via the internet. Could you go to your computer, sir?

A: My computer? Which one?

TM: Do you have more than one?

A: Yes. I own 14 computers. 15 if you include the dog. But it’s not really mine – and also not electronic.

TM: Okay. Could you go to your closest computer?

A: The white thing with the flashing lights? Sure.

TM: Hello, sir? Are you there?

A: Okay. I’m in front of the machine, but I have to tell you; I’m pretty sure it’s not connected to the internet right now.

TM: Okay. What kind of computer do you have?

A: I’d have to check. Hold on. It says Electrolux.

TM: Electrolux?

A: You are referring to that box with the flashing lights? The one that rotates food?

TM: Food?

A: My mistake. This might be a microwave. That might mean I have fewer computers than previously stated. Hold on.

TM : Hello? Sir?

A: There. I found a laptop. What now?

TM: Are you connected to the internet?

A: Probably.

TM: Okay. Do you have Windows?

A: No. No windows here.

TM: Ah. Okay. So you have Mac. (Inaudible) Wait please.

A: …

TM: Hello?

A: Hello.

TM: So, you turn on your Macintosh computer-

A: Sorry?

TM: Turn on your Mac-

A: I don’t have a Mac.

TM: Okay. What kind of computer do you have?

A: What kind of OS?

TM: Yes. What kind of computer.

A: Ubuntu.

TM: …

A: Hello?

TM: I am sorry. This was the wrong number. Sorry.

A: Well, okay. What do I do with my computer?

TM: I did not mean to call you, sir. Goodbye.

A: So, the internet is safe now?

TM: Yes, the internet is safe, sir. Sorry, sir.

A: Well, that was easy. Thank you so much for your help.

TM: Yes. Thank you. Goodbye.

 

Tror du internett er trygt? I så fall, hvor trygt da?