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Re: Descriptions of malware behavior?

On 2/11/2012 12:27 AM, G. Morgan wrote:
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The group is fine and much better than ever. Only Pooh the troll is left
and he is well managed. :)

BTW, I make my own decisions and have no need for anyone telling me
anything. I like the opinions of others that are worthwhile and
sometimes integrate those into my knowledge-base, but not negative
ego-boosting and degrading diatribe from the likes of Dustin...such only
comes from ignorance and he demeans himself.

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On 2/11/2012 12:22 AM, Dustin wrote:
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No Dustin. Every post with you ends up being about you or how stupid
someone is. Try keeping it less personal and more on topic. Offer
alternative views not insults and you'll get less flac.

As for my recovery plan, it's as good as it gets, and anyone can do it
quickly and easily and free themselves from the need for help, besides
enabling total self reliance. Yours is too complicated and will not be
generally used except by a few wanna be geeks who will mostly fail. Seen
it all before!

BTW, I worked as a technician for eight years before I moved on. You
don't have a clue as to my professional background and it pales yours
compared to your own description of yours.

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I've been A+ certified for 12 years. That's +4 on you, just with the cert.
That's not including the techie work prior. It's so long ago I'm
grandfathered in, Mine *never* expires.

I know you had "blue collar" workers doing the hard stuff. It explains why
you are a glorified end user.


 



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Re: Descriptions of malware behavior?

On 2/11/2012 10:56 AM, Dustin wrote:
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LOL. OK, we've had our fun. This bickering isn't good for the group.
Let's revert to content that may help someone.

I'm sure you will come up with something that may peak my interest.

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I personally didn't find this derailment all that fun. fyi, when I've
mentioned coder(s), I wasn't just claiming I could do this or that, I've
met many very talented coders. They are everywhere. I wanted to clear
that up. Also, I try to make damn sure not to claim something stupid
like being smarter than so and so. I know computers, you know airplanes.
We're both quite capable in our chosen paths. I'm not going to propose
to try and tell you how to fly one.

I've got no huge ego Bear, I'm not like that.


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You don't have to give specific details. One can determine with a fair
degree of accuracy your IT knowledge based on the posts in your usenet
history.

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I've already addressed this spin.

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Why would I feel less tall? I understand these machines, and whats more,
I've *proven* it, many times over. You likely never will.

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Smoke blowing is no answer.

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You kept advancing did you? Don't be so coy, mr arrogant sob. I'd rather
be blue collar anyday then ever be a bitch punk like you.


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On 2/11/2012 4:49 PM, Dustin wrote:
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I rest my case against you!

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*yawn*

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On 2/11/2012 9:55 PM, Dustin wrote:
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*ROLLS EYES*

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On 2/10/2012 11:40 PM, G. Morgan wrote:
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Ok, but I don't think that is what Dustin was referring to. He can
expand on it. You do have to configure the router if capable.

Consider every computer is shipped with a software firewall and every
user uses them for a good reason.

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On 2/10/2012 8:07 AM, FromTheRafters wrote:
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No it isn't. It is part of the point. You yourself agreed with my silver
bullet explanation which sets the stage for my premise which you seem to
disagree with foolishly. What is your alternative plan? I'm all
ears...please be specific.
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Why then do you keep repeating it?
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That happens to folks whether they have a backup plan or not. If people
want to forgo prevention tools, and some do fine as such, that's on
them. I don't recommend it.
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I'm not trying to address the malware problem...it's there. My goal is
to be self reliant and invulnerable to it...and share that information
with those who may be interested.
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If you don't know it's there it will. Happens all the time. Malware does
just about every conceivable thing it can do. Once you become aware that
you are infected, your options should be your most concern. That is what
I am addressing.


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yeah, it's not like rootkits originated in the *nix world or anything.

oh, wait...

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Grumpy wrote:
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Let's see... I can worry about these things, or how I'm going to continue to
work, since the apps I depend on are not available under *nix... Hmmm?

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Neil Gould wrote:

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Wine!!!   ;-)

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| Neil Gould wrote:
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| Wine!!!   ;-)
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Stop wining BTS  ;-)

or would you like some cheese for you wine ?  ;-)

<big grin>



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Beauregard T. Shagnasty wrote:
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Cheese!!!  ;-D

Such emulations only work on low-level stuff, but there are plenty of native
*nix apps (OO, Gimp, etc.) for those. The pro-level apps and drivers don't
fare as well, and I have no time to play around trying to make things work
with no tech support.

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