The main use I can see for this card is in Noise: Hacker Extraordinaire decks. Not only is the card a virus, triggering Noise's trash ability on install, but it synergises well with his go-to console Grimoire - allowing for a faster set-up of the ability. The main benefit of this card in a Noise deck, however, is that it allows for a more strategic use of Noise's R&D trashing ability. Once this card is set up, you can use virus installs to trash only those cards in R&D that further the Corp's current plans or hinder you. If the top card is an Agenda, a card that is particularly valuable to the Corp at the current time, or something you would prefer not to access in R&D but don't mind running into in Archives when going for the win (like a Snare! or Cyberdex Virus Suite) you can install a virus with the knowledge that what is being trashed will work to your advantage - whereas if the top card is currently useless to the Corp (like an early gear-check Ice that you have the tools in play already to deal with) then you can forego installing a virus (since the trash would actually benefit the Corp) and avoid wasting runs on R&D that turn - allowing you to focus your efforts on setting up for future turns or pressuring the Corp in another area. Although this card is out of faction for Noise, it being a virus means it can be searched out of your deck with a Djinn and so can easily be included as a singleton to mitigate the two influence cost. In the later game, as the cost to access R&D increases, the card becomes more difficult to set up, but the low install cost provides a cheap R&D trash on installing and it actually turns a profit if sold to Aesop's Pawnshop, or can draw a card or remove a tag with Chop Bot 3000 without breaking the bank.