How the Stuxnet virus inspired Cameyo’s next version

Writing viruses & malware is among the less honorable activities a developer can do. Not only because it blindly targets random users (=vandalism), but also because 99% of virus writers just modify existing samples, without truly being the “genius geeks” that some people think they are. Yet from time to time some virus creations stand out …

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Cameyo 2.0 (geeks only!)

Cameyo 2.0 is now out of Beta. It is now linked to the cloud Cameyo Online service & library, supports Windows 8, and brings many goodies which you can read here. I won’t go over these in this article. Instead, I would like to take you on a tour into an advanced aspect of Cameyo 2.0 …

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Welcome, Windows 8 !

Cameyo 2.0 will support Windows 8. But beyond that, I would like to show you a prototype of Cameyo Metro – a Metro-style console designed to let you deploy & manage Cameyo apps on different computers. Be it your company’s IT, or your friends & family, you can now deploy virtual apps without having to …

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Cameyo 2.0 Beta

The latest Cameyo 2.0 Beta contains a secret feature. No, it’s not the clicking-on-the-logo trick (which now displays the version number). It’s virtual services & drivers support. It is hidden because it’s still experimental. Not sure whether it will be unhidden for the official 2.0 version yet. To activate it with apps generated by build >= …

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