You can ask this question on a technology forum. You are asking a question about a real world technology and a real world product of technology.
In this forum, we seek to help people build fictional worlds. This means we expect your question to focus on the fundamental nature of the world itself, how it works, how society & culture work.
Real world questions cán (only just barely) be considered on topic in this forum if you have some real solid fictional world context in which the query can be understood. You don't have that here. Every piece of technology we now use didn't exist X years ago. Asking a question about a modification of an existing piece of technology that doesn't yet exist is not "worldbuilding". It's a straight up technology query which is off topic here.
As for your question, can't you say this for most questions at Worldbuilding? You're right! We can probably close some of those questions because they are not about worldbuilding.
Let's look at a couple:
The poisoning the oilfield question. This question is asking about a fundamental aspect of a fictional world within a fictional setting. Notice that the question is one of basic science: the chemistry of hydrocarbon refining & combustion.
The antivirus question. This one can probably be nominated for closure, as it's about the manipulation of technology, not the fundamental nature of the world it happens in.
The backyard nuclear reactor question. Yep, another one placed in the VTC queue. Like your question, it's a straight up tech query.
The poison/antidote question. This is potentially closeable, but I think can be read sufficiently as "how the world works" to leave it be.
I hope this exercise illuminates a little bit what we're looking for and why your question doesn't fit.