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MBAM version 1.34 was released today.

Enjoy.

Pete
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1PW  @?6A62?FEH9:DE=6o2@=]4@> [r4o7t]

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Thank you for bringing this matter to our attention, Pete.

I am, though, just a little confused. You have said elsewhere that you "only
have eyes for Linux"

MBAM and Linux do not mix, viz:-

a.. Version: 1.34
a.. File Size: 2.74 MB
a.. Operating Systems: Microsoft Windows 2000, XP, Vista (32-bit only).

How would a Windows user know that installing MBAM really is a good thing to
do? Whilst the programme may well remove all manner of 'nasties' from the
machine of a user, how can that user be certain that it hasn't actually
*installed* some badware too?

As you don't use Windows, you would never know, would you? <smile>
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Dave



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On 02/12/2009 04:19 AM, ~BD~ sent:
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misquote...  Minus twenty.

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Faulty logic?  What did the educational YouTube video link, I sent you,
show?  Minus twenty-five.

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Fair question.  But answered with a question:

How would one know if information received in these newsgroups is
legitimate?

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Is the above a faulty assumption? <frown>

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Hint: My last MBAM 1.34/1752 full scan time was about 42 minutes.

...and I use the paid version of MBAM.  True statements.


The plot thickens Dave.  Is it time to re-examine your logic?

Pete
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I don't like losing points! In-line responses:-

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You are correct. <pout>

You actually said "You have *never* read a word from me that didn't
originate from within a Linus Torvalds inspired system".

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Hmmm! Maybe - not sure about that. Perhaps you are running Windows *within*
Linux - as a virtual machine. Surely, though, in such a case you'd never
need to 'clean' Windows with Mbam -would you?


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*That's* not fair! <pout again>


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There is absolutely NO way of knowing - unless the Spirit tells you/me. I'm
led to believe that I can trust *you* - so there!



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It seems as if it *might* be a faulty assumption.


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I have no understanding of why anyone using Linux as their operating system
would ever need to use MBAM - unless it was on a different personal Windows
machine, the computer of a family member, a friend or even a client/customer


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Not really. Whilst I may be wrong and/or misguided from time to time - I'm
*still* one of the good guys!

HTH
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Dave



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Another puzzle for Dave? No note passing this time, I promise.



OT: Re: MBAM 1.34 Released Today.

On 02/12/2009 09:54 AM, FromTheRafters sent:
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If I catch the two of you passing notes again, both of you will be sent
home with a note.  :-)

Top of the morning to you FTR...

Pete
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Top of the morning?

It's nearly my bed time! :)

Dave
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Re: MBAM 1.34 Released Today.


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Just one question.... Are you high?
 


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Dustin Cook
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