The Director of CIT Client Services, Ellen Mainiero, sought out ways to automate cleaning games off of the hard drive, to make playing these games more difficult for the offenders. Unfortunately, these programs were fairly expensive. As it was more cost effective, Ellen turned these three students loose on a project to create a program in house.
And thus, these students embarked on a year and a half journey, finding new ways users were hiding files, and patching the holes.
The result was CHKDX.
The students were Michael Osier, Michael Austin, and Peter Strickland (whereabouts unknown).
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