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The IP address in question is known to provide cover for malicious
website hosting. Until GoDaddy provides a fix for this, we aren't
planning to unblock it. No. The individual you claimed posted on your
behalf used your entire word for word post from usenet; that's included
in the thread too. Nice try.

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What personal battle? You have a rogue app, it's finally been classified
as such. Nothing personal about it.


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You are disabling software that people have bought?
(Add wanker to your other earned titles)



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The alais who posted on the forums is a known one of yours. I'm just not
buying the koolaid your trying to push, sorry.

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Well, considering your stolen goods is script based, it probably wouldn't
take me much time to see what you did. That said, Do you really think it
wise to disable something the user intentionally installed? It's one thing
to disable/block because of netizen safety reasons, but it's another to do
it for spite. It shows a lack of professionalism on your part. In fact,
your latest stunt is likely to turn away persons who are foolish enough to
give your program a go. Anytime a program intentionally disables a
legitimate product, it's usually considered a form of malware. I wouldn't
be surprised to see other major antivirus/antimalware companies following
suit with our detection now. Who knows when you might decide to hit
symantec, mcafee or another companies legit product.



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Dustin Cook
Malware Researcher
MalwareBytes - http://www.malwarebytes.org
  


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While it's true that I don't much care for you, that isn't why your rogue
software was blocked. Despite what you might think right now, none of us
can actually have anything blocked for any personal reasons. That's NOT
how we do things. Your rogue software had been borderline for sometime
now, once you decided to specifically target a removal utility; that's
when the decision was finally made.

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I can't say whether or not the scripts you steal and modify are dangerous
as a result, only that I am fairly certain your not competent enough to
properly make changes. I don't trust the modified scripts, and I doubt
many others do either.

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MBAM as a corporation has nothing to do with ANY flamewars; and you know
this. I will not come after you for personal reasons Chris, I haven't yet
in all the time i've known you, I won't bother now. The only reason I've
ever attacked you is the same reason the others have; Because you steal
stuff that doesn't belong to you and pass it off as your own. If it
wasn't for that, I really wouldn't have much to say to you.


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Dustin Cook [Malware Researcher]
MalwareBytes - http://www.malwarebytes.org
BugHunter - http://bughunter.it-mate.co.uk

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Dustin Cook wrote:
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Hell Dustin,
You used to preach that he or she had no skill at all and now you profess
that he or she may even be able to hit Symantec and McAfee?
Somehow, that is not consistent.
No, I don't believe in his bs, but there seems to be a problem in his/her
skill level.
BTW, how can such an unskilled person screw with MBAM?
Brffalo



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| Dustin Cook wrote:

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| Hell Dustin,
| You used to preach that he or she had no skill at all and now you profess
| that he or she may even be able to hit Symantec and McAfee?
| Somehow, that is not consistent.
| No, I don't believe in his bs, but there seems to be a problem in his/her
| skill level.
| BTW, how can such an unskilled person screw with MBAM?
| Brffalo


Actually, it is too easy.

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Dave
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Multi-AV - http://www.pctipp.ch/downloads/dl/35905.asp



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As far as programming (which I've maintained all along), no, he has no
skill. Copy/pasting isn't what I consider to be a skill.

Disabling files and/or removing registry keys important to the proper
operation of a program isn't very difficult, many script kiddies and less
capable individuals have managed to do that.

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Your kidding right? He deletes a registry key and renames the definitions
file, also blocks the website so you can't get updates. This isn't rocket
science.



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You do whatever you feel is necessary. I don't think your going to win much
support with your decision, but I can't very well stop you.


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Dustin Cook [Malware Researcher]
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Dustin Cook wrote:
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I don't think "you are" going to win much or I don't think "you're"
going to win much.

Your is possessive. Your dog, your car.

Good grammar can be important when you're trying to make your point.

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  JD..

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Yeah, and while you're at it - quiet isn't quite.
(I just know that you still get those mixed up)
:o)



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FromTheRafters wrote:

Snipity, snip, snip

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If you'll be quite quiet, the grammar and spelling police can be hurd
landing their black helicopters in your back yard...

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1PW

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1PW wrote:
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Eye ain't two worried about my smelling, I got a spell checker.  ;-)

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JD wrote:
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I'm glad you and eye have our spell checkers dialed up to reel smart.

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1PW

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While I appreciate your english corrections of my improper grammar, you
still got the message I had intended to convey. :)


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Dustin Cook [Malware Researcher]
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| While I appreciate your english corrections of my improper grammar, you
| still got the message I had intended to convey. :)


It should be noted that Usenet is an informal conversational context and thus
such
grammatical errors are more excusable than more formal types of communiqués.


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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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Fixed it for ya.

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Skitt%27s_law

NB: He will never, ever, as long as any of us shall live, get "you're" and
"your" straightened out, so there's not much point in your risking the
inevitable consequence of a usage lame in that context.

Besides which, have you considered that for such amusements, Butts provides
far more interesting fodder?

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the right to be taken seriously. Hubert H. Humphrey



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YOU CONFIRMED that it blocks access to reputable anti-malware sites,
that makes your hacks malware.

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voice inside you that most civilians don't even hear -- Listen to that.  
Trust yourself.
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Don't forget his program also intentionally disables a known antimalware
application.

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Dustin Cook [Malware Researcher]
MalwareBytes - http://www.malwarebytes.org
BugHunter - http://bughunter.it-mate.co.uk

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MBAM does not disable any reputable anti-malware application and there
isn't a single reputable website blocked by it.

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You can't trust your best friends, your five senses, only the little
voice inside you that most civilians don't even hear -- Listen to that.  
Trust yourself.
spam999free@rrohio.com (remove 999 for proper email address)

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Oh.. a grammar lame, go you. :) Which program do you know of that we are
intentionally disabling? If you know of something that doesn't qualify as
rogue, do lemme know; I'll see we get it cleared up right away.

As for legitimate websites; I can try to help if you can provide the urls
of the sites you claim are legit but are being blocked by us. Please don't
include the godaddy link however, it's not going to be unblocked for
sometime, AFAIK.


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Dustin Cook [Malware Researcher]
MalwareBytes - http://www.malwarebytes.org
BugHunter - http://bughunter.it-mate.co.uk

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