How to break the internet

Written by Dave Nicholls. Tags: ,

We use remote access tools all the time to provide fast technical support for our customers.

These tools are also great for personal use, checking in on your home PC, transferring files or even using your upstairs computer without having to get off of the sofa downstairs.

But what happens if you remote in to computer B from computer A, forget that you have done it, get slightly confused with the names of your computers and then remote back in to computer A from computer B? Purely hypothetically of course, can’t imagine someone being silly enough to do it…

Well, it looks like this:


Probably not a good idea to try this. Not sure if an infinite loop like this would really break the internet, but its probably not a good idea try and find out.

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