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http://www.iobit.com/security360.html

It's freeware - supposedly.

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mark23@noaddy.com wrote:
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A bit offtopic, but... I did not use the "IObit Security 360", but for
quite some time I used their "IObit Smart Defrag" defragmenter (before I
switched to a business free Defraggler, that is)  - the software worked
well and I did not notice any malwares coming together with it. Free
version was demonstrating banners, though.

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Banners, eh?  I think I'll take a pass on this one.  It seems that too
much freeware these days have either banners or toolbars.

Thanks for answering.

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And they've been stealing the Malwarebytes' database !

http://malwarebytes.besttechie.net /

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Dave
http://www.claymania.com/removal-trojan-adware.html
Multi-AV - http://www.pctipp.ch/downloads/dl/35905.asp



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On Mon, 02 Nov 2009 16:09:12 -0500, David H. Lipman wrote:

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In the name of fair play
http://tinyurl.com/yjcfqm5


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Took me a while, but then it dawned on me what you meant. :o)

...but is stealing from thieves really fair play?



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Maybe they should seek you out as a character reference. You may find so
much in common between you and them.

"Thick as thieves" as they say...



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So...you'll add perjury to your repertoire...or fold under cross
examination.

'Yes! I'm a liar and a thief - but I'm telling the truth *now* your
honor, well sorta.'



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| So...you'll add perjury to your repertoire...or fold under cross
| examination.

| 'Yes! I'm a liar and a thief - but I'm telling the truth *now* your
| honor, well sorta.'


He already committed perjury (by statute) when he filed a fraudulent DMCA
takedown
notification and by using a Sock Puppet to do so he committed fraud.


--
Dave
http://www.claymania.com/removal-trojan-adware.html
Multi-AV - http://www.pctipp.ch/downloads/dl/35905.asp



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Yeah, I don't believe anything it says anymore anyway. Boiled down, the
last post reduces to "I know nothing" once the lies and verbal vitriol
are removed. *That's* the real truth. :o)



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| Yeah, I don't believe anything it says anymore anyway. Boiled down, the
| last post reduces to "I know nothing" once the lies and verbal vitriol
| are removed. *That's* the real truth. :o)


:-)

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Dave
http://www.claymania.com/removal-trojan-adware.html
Multi-AV - http://www.pctipp.ch/downloads/dl/35905.asp



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:)

"I know nothing--NOTHING!"
   -- Oberfeldwebel Schultz

J
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"http://www.claymania.com/removal-trojan-adware.html " still works on my end.


Funny though, your's won't load.  I use the MVPS HOSTS file.




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I'm sure that there's a logical explanation...are you using a local
lookup as a bullshit filter  :o)

...and wasn't it Ian's website (an innocent victim - collateral damage
from Butts' false accusation)?



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Since I know that you are a liar, I will assume that that is a lie.

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I give him the benefit of the doubt because he has not demonstrated to
me that he is a liar like you have done.

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It has been logically proven (with your participation) that you indeed
have taken credit for the work of others. In your lame attempts to
wriggle your way out of it, you proved yourself a liar as well - which
was no surprise really.

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I don't recall ever hearing anyone make that claim. I haven't any proof
of that. All I know is that more than 0% is the work of others, which
you have claimed as yours.



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| Since I know that you are a liar, I will assume that that is a lie.


You are correct in your assumption.

I have not stolen anything and the ONLY voice to this effect you hear is Butts'.

The fact is a 'nym, without proof existence, filed a DMCA claim (3/23/'07) to
the web site
provider (IPowerWeb) for Ian Kenefick's web site (IK-CS.Com) indicating that
this 'nym had
created my Multi AV Scanning Tool, WinFixerFix, SmitFraud Fix and the WGET
utility.

The fact is that my Multi AV is extremely unique in that it is written in
KiXtart.  There
are ZERO other anti malware utilities written in this interpreter.  Additionally
for well
over 15 years I have been a member of the KiXtart community and have
collaborated with
them in the Multi AV Scanning Tool.  However it was built upon previous work
such as the
Trend Sysclean Front End and the McAfee Front End which were combined in what
became the
Multi AV Scanning Tool.  Additionally there were other anti malware scanners
built around
the same core code that preceeded the Multi AV that was not in the DMCA
complaint.

As an additional fact, the DMCA notification claimed...
"All three programs listed above use a utility called WGET.exe which belongs to
me. I am
the author of that program and the website has No permission to use it.
References to my
wget program can be found here"

The WGET utility is 100% free and freely distributable under the Free Software
Foundation
and GNU public licenses and was *NEVER* authored by "Gregory Taylor,
trgreg@gmail.com "
which was the 'nym used in the DMCA Takedown Notification.  Micah J. Cowan is
the
maintainer of WGET.

The DMCA Takedown Notification was a fraudulent fabrication and the noted author
"Gregory
Taylor, President and CEO, GT tools inc" doesn't even exist.

The above fraudulent act was indeed perpetrated by Butts in retaliation for me
publicly
denouncing his plagiarism of other people's software and violations of their
intellectual
property rights.


--
Dave
http://www.claymania.com/removal-trojan-adware.html
Multi-AV - http://www.pctipp.ch/downloads/dl/35905.asp



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...and besides that, Butts is *such* a crybaby.  :oD

Thanks for taking the time to explain this in detail. I remember Ian
from these groups in past years.



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| ...and besides that, Butts is *such* a crybaby.  :oD

| Thanks for taking the time to explain this in detail. I remember Ian
| from these groups in past years.

Within days of the DMCA Takedown notification, Ian's son Tom was born and he had
no time
to deal with Butts' bullshit.  He had filed a formal Counter Notification but it
was
ignored.  Presumably because he is a citizen of Cork Ireland and not the US.
Because of
his new son, his need to buy a new house, etc., he did not take further action
and the
site remained suspended and then it was ultimately shutdown.

http://www.iansblog.org/foto/index.php


--
Dave
http://www.claymania.com/removal-trojan-adware.html
Multi-AV - http://www.pctipp.ch/downloads/dl/35905.asp



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Actually, you've lied about this every time. Your hosting provider has
stated that you don't need to PROVE anything, they will only take action
against you by court order. They have said that they give you time to
"dispute" the claim, that you only need to say you dispute it, don't
need to prove anything, and that they will wait for a court order that
orders you/them to remove the work in question.

So, again, you've lied and anyone that wants can verify this with your
hosting provider.

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voice inside you that most civilians don't even hear -- Listen to that.  
Trust yourself.
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| Actually, you've lied about this every time. Your hosting provider has
| stated that you don't need to PROVE anything, they will only take action
| against you by court order. They have said that they give you time to
| "dispute" the claim, that you only need to say you dispute it, don't
| need to prove anything, and that they will wait for a court order that
| orders you/them to remove the work in question.

| So, again, you've lied and anyone that wants can verify this with your
| hosting provider.

And they have been generated by REAL people with REAL software infringements.

I saw Robert A. Cooper's and it wasn't a case of fraud.  His was legitimate.  He
formatted
his complaint wrong and complained about software infringements that were out of
scope of
his own copyright infringement.

I also have seen Stuart's.  His was formatted correctly and was in scope.  That
caused
SpyErase to become Remove-It.  Compare both and anyone can see that they are the
same.
However as you have noted Leythos the hosting company then indicated no further
action
would be taken without a court order.  An expensive proposition.

--
Dave
http://www.claymania.com/removal-trojan-adware.html
Multi-AV - http://www.pctipp.ch/downloads/dl/35905.asp



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