For those of you who commonly read MVP blog posts, you know where we all were last week, right? Well, if you didn’t there are loads of places that will tell you we all descended on Redmond for a big summit, but the rest…Well, I’m under NDA. However, when I was leaving Sunday, I wasn’t the only one at the airport. Sure you say, there are loads of passengers at the airport. Nope, this is no normal passenger. On Sunday, February 21, Alaska Airlines had a very special passenger…He kept “popping” up everywhere…to Las Vegas:
…to Palm Springs
…to San Diego:
(apologies for the fuzzy images above, I was on a bit of a recon mission without trying to get kicked out of SeaTac) Who was this stray passenger? Well, let’s have a closer look at other monitors around SeaTac:
Ah, ok it was Mr Micro. Most people call him Trend.
What have we deduced from this lesson?
- Alaska Airlines uses Trend Micro A/V on their corporate LAN
- Ensure you make alerting silent if the machine is connected to a kiosk