This is what you do:
1. Beg a friend to make a DOS boot disk for you.
2. Make a disk image of it, and put it on drive c:
3. Go to templates and drag out a program.
4. In the DOS-settings you can specify
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I annotated my article on ransomware somewhat extensively, but I keep adding new references and wanted to put a link to the reference library. Despite all the reference tools I have on hand, it was not easy to find a way to do this easily. I finall…