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Re: Crybaby!

On Wed, 28 Mar 2007 04:36:50 -0700, pcbutts1 wrote:
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LOL, the tool, WGET.EXE is a GNU Project, free and open to use and be
given to anyone - you should have checked before you started that BS. The
tool maintainers and the actual author have been contacted concernging the
faked complaint and faked claim of ownership.

Gregory Taylor does not have ownership of WGET and did not write it, you
screwed up here.


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Re: Crybaby!


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http://www.viruslist.com/en/weblog?weblogid=197597102


Before anybody takes what you have to say seriously, they should read the
url I posted above. You are a code thief, no two ways about it.

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Re: Has David Lipman been providing malware to known malware criminals?

4Q aka paul_zest@hushmail.com in message
alt.comp.anti-virus on 3/24/2007 at 6:26:38 PM after much thought,came
up with this jewel:

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I'll play along.....

How can one create a good removal tool without the thing your trying to
remove?

I have sent live samples to Dustin.

Investigate away!

(mind if I lead?)
sung to the tune of "skating away"-jethro tull

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Re: Has David Lipman been providing malware to known malware criminals?

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LoL. Yes, You have saved me time by sending them so I didn't have to
browse with IE in a controlled environment and manually extract them.
(thanks you!)

Also, a big thanks for pointing out what should be obvious...
 " How can one create a good removal tool without the thing your
trying to
 remove?" - max alt.comp.virus

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