On Wednesday, the Raspberry Pi tweeted a photo of an email which offered the cash and ask the foundation to install a malware onto their computer before shipping them out. Which was kind a insane thing to ask to such a great foundation.
“Amazing. This person seems to be very sincerely offering us money to install malware on your machines,” said Liz.
Certainly that it is not the real name as in the picture and overseen the success of Raspberry Pi have brought them into the limelight. By now they have sold over 5 Million units and the number are still rising
The best part of Raspberry Foundation is the vision they have and all the money raised from selling these units go to a good cause. The money is invested in its largest educational missions and research centers. The foundation also train teachers for free and provide free educational resources.
This email has proved how the hackers are eager to bring down this mini computer with immense capability. The best thing about the foundation is the cheapest price for the source of education.
‘Raspberry Pi Foundations ‘ Liz Upton has deemed them, But after reading, reading about the estimated $70 million torrent piracy sites are ranking for serving malware to free media seekers. He also added “It makes him wonder how many other legitimate tech companies are receiving similar offers.
The fact that this group of “evildoers,” as Raspberry Pi Foundations’ Liz Upton has deemed them, would be so bold as to offer charitable groups like Raspberry Pi money to plant malicious software gives a small window of insight into just how hard some bad folks are will to work at spreading their evil schemes. But after reading about the estimated $70 million torrent piracy sites are raking in from serving malware to free media seekers, the offer is not surprising. It makes you wonder how many other “legitimate” tech companies are receiving similar offers and are perhaps even taking bad guys up on those offers.