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Has anyone tried any of these free items?  Just wondering about the quality.

http://www.comodogroup.com/products/free_products.html



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Re: Comodo?

Cathy wrote:

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You've posted this to at least four separate groups. Please investigate
cross-posting, rather than multi-posting.

http://oakroadsystems.com/genl/unice.htm#xpost

Or, are you spamming for this comode company?

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Beauregard T. Shagnasty wrote:
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was that spelling intentional?

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Probably, knowing Shaggy......but it is "commode".  Merkins can't spell
worth a damn, lol.




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Heather wrote:

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Hey!  That *was* intentional. The subject only has one "m", so that is
how I spelled the "comode" ...  This Merkin can speel gud.

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I knew that.....but couldn't resist the chance to tease you.  And yes,
you probably even know that the proper spelling for color is "colour"
and so on.  (G)

Figgs
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lift your skirt up then.....(: - )

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kurt wismer wrote:

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Absolutely.  <g>

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Beauregard T. Shagnasty laid this down on his screen :
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Cathy,

I agree with the link you provided, 4 years ago!  Currently I have a
different opinion about cross-posting because of the horrid increase of
 Usenet spam...

Some newsreaders have the ability to block cross-posters!  My feeling
is spammers are 95 - 97% of the cross-posters, so a newsreader that
filters/blocks cross-posting like agent and x-news are good.

My opinion, but this message appears to be the registrant, their
employee or a hired spammer implementing their newest spam-marketing
plan.

If the message contained more specific questions, other than the
general question that was provided, and the posters using a weblink as
the main subject is the reason I have formed that opinion.

Cross posting was a great method of cutting down bandwidth use, it is
still a wonderful method, but this Usenet feature is the spammers’ gift
horse.

JR the postman



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Postman delivers wrote:

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I have an entirely different opinion. <g>  All the spam I see is sent
individually to each newsgroup. Can you point to a specific spam that
really was *cross*-posted?

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I'll agree with that.

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Real newsreaders generally have the ability to filter out posts that are
cross-posted to more than N groups. I have mine set to 3. They also will
normally only show it to you in just one group, so you do not have to
read it three times or more.

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Postman delivers wrote:

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No, I do see a lot of spam, but practically all of it is multi-posted,
not cross-posted.

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Ok, now you are not talking about spam and spammers. A troll who follows
you is not a spammer, he's a troll. Completely different subject.
Spammers post messages looking for financial gain, to sell something. A
troll is just a Grade-A nuisance. If you reader is capable, set it to
auto-delete all posts cross-posted to more than three groups. Ignore the
troll.

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Beauregard T. Shagnasty explained :
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First header is my troll, second, thrid and the forth headers are
spammers as I tried to indicate...

I would presume you have your cross-posting blocker set at three so you
do not see the increase in corss-posting.  With that setting you would
only see spam that it is multi-posted.

JR the postman



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Postman delivers wrote:

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Oh yeah, sorry I missed that.

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Y'know, you could be right. <g>  So, is your newsreader capable of
filtering on number of groups? Mine says, in part:

[*]
!delete Xpost %>3

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Beauregard replied :
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Beauregard,

No, I use mesnews and I was unable to locate a method to accomplish
cross-posting filtering.  I did write to the author a while back, but
it is on a wish list.

I am one of few people that liked the way Outlook Express worked in
newsgroups, and this program is simple like O.E., with yEnc
capabilities... Ok! it is better...

I explore and participate message by message, so have the need to see
everything that is posted in the 2 NG that I resurrected...  I send a
lot of spamming complaints trying to keep the a tattoo & decorative
piercing NG and a bodypainting NG clear of off topic spam...

It became more difficult since I have picked up a personal troll…

Smiling, yet disgusted that his Australian ISP will not close down his
account…  I can only guess he is living with the abuse department
manager, or major stockholder…

There are a number of spammers that post to two newsgroups to make
certain of getting to Forte's agent software and other cross-posting
blocking newsreaders, but there are many that cross post to 6 or more
NG.  Six seems to be a standard for one reason or another...

JR the postman



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Beauregard T. Shagnasty requested :

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Forgot about this insidious spammer...

I have sent a number of spam complaints and telephoned Bellsouth, but
the Usenet spam marketing never hesitates...  I can only guess
Bellsouth’s header is obfuscated, or Bellsouth is protecting this
spammer.

More cross-posted off topic spam via bellsouth.net

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Postman delivers wrote:
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Actually, you were responding to Beau, not to Cathy.

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I doubt it. Melih doesn't strike me as the sort to stoop that low.
Besides which, he has a lot of enthusiasm for his own product, so if he
were going to hawk his wares, he'd do it directly, not rely on a
go-between.

All the products she's asking about are totally free programs, not trial
versions. He does have products for which he charges--one of which I
use--but you can't call it spam when it isn't commercial.

All that said, as I understand it, the antivirus program needs work.

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Re: Comodo?

Rhonda Lea Kirk wrote:
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I'm using the free firewall version 2 and it seems to be very good imho
on my xp home edition. I've had now for since version 2 first came out.

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On 7/2/2006 6:47 AM, * Rhonda Lea Kirk after much thought,came up with
this gem:
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I agree-I tried to install it on an older laptop I have(PII)and comodoAV
didn't play very well with W2K(system lockups).
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Good Grief!

A co-worker had told me about this review:
http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,1895,1969225,00.asp

I have seen many other free security programs discussed in the past, but had
never heard of Comodo.  I was just wondering if these were new products,
weren't worth using, curious of some of your "expert" opinions etc.

My initial inquiry was ignored on some newsgroups, and received snippy
comments here.

Sorry to have bothered you!

Good Grief!




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