Could you imagine this scenario? You order a replacement motherboard for your PowerEdge R310, R410, R510 or T410 server, and it comes with a virus. That only happened in less than 1 per cent of these models, but it doesn't exactly help one sleep well at night. Dell blamed the issue on "human error". [WSJ]
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