At 1/28/13 03:05 AM, Shade wrote:
You might note that two of your feeds have been cut, soon more will disconnect.
Machines are no match for six centuries of experience fighting much more unpredictable opponents.
And here I was hoping that the Riddler would try this instead of some random scumbag like you. Oh well, guess I'll have to take it. Anyway, I warned everyone not to come up with clever ideas, didn't I? Let's see...so you decided to hack these with a 128 bit block cipher...I honestly expected more. *presses the return key* Thank you. Your intrusion into my network has left me in complete control of your own. *takes back control of my androids while finding out*
Oh, by the way. Your hideout is now completely locked down from the outside, with all of your connection terminals completely severed from your network. Don't go anywhere, I'm watching with a very close eye.
At 1/28/13 02:11 AM, Confucianism wrote:
Oh I'm well aware. That's why I did it. With a haywire A.I. system, they'll be likely to attack anyone with a pulse. You'll find such resistance that you could obtain through means of your own, would not be sufficient enough to withstand something of my own creation. Oh, I've made sure it's selective. They'll still follow their mission orders. But, ah-ha, there'll be a blood bath on that route.
Your bluffing takes you too far. You'll find that my resources are, let's say, far more extensive than what can be gleaned from the criminal underground that you use. For example, did you know about state-of-the-art adaptability functions? Such as, when a vulnerability in one part of the system is compromised, or in this case one android, the rest of the system almost immediately adapts to resist it. So bravo. And as to the fact that one android will attack anyone in its path...oh well. Speaking of which, they have now sealed off all routes of escape from all four locations, and are now thoroughly searching them. I'll find you soon enough.