Re: "The super-spyware the security industry has been silent about"

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Rafty... Wikipedia says "Stoned is the name of a boot sector  
computer virus".  

According to my techs it  means Stoned is not a "file infector" as  
Dustin says. Seems a boot secor virus has nothing to do with  
"DOS/Win3x" or "fat32" or any of that stuff Dustin mentioned. Duh!

Just saying.

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Jax        

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Jax formulated the question :
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Wikipedia is correct sometimes.

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Could they explain how the infection gets from one boot sector to the  
next?

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Just asking.



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On Wed, 03 Dec 2014 11:05:55 -0500, FromTheRafters

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In the trunk?

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Just conjecturing.

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Bell Bottoms [Blue Crushed Velvet with a Flowery Shirt] brought next  
idea :
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That's how it gets from one system to the next, IOW its 'worminess' is  
on display there but it is not automated. How does it get from the  
floppy in the trunk to the next floppy in the next trunk?



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Rafty let's test Dustin and see if he knows. I bet he needs to use  
Google..... as usual. Graham caught him out doing that! lol

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127.0.0.1:

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You BS quite a bit...
  



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Dustin pretended :
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Wasn't Jax the one saying that one need not know anything as long as  
one could google? Now the foot is in the other shoe I suppose.



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FromTheRafters wrote:  

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I use Google all the time. I'm not sure what Meg is talking about when I
supposedly "outed Dustin" for using Google.  

What is clear is that Meg used a obscure newsgroup to as ASM questions,
then posting the answers she received as her own.


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dust storms. And we runnin' out of French Fries and burrito coverings.
But I got a solution. Right, kick ass. Well, don't want to sound like a  
dick or nothin', but, ah... it says on your chart that you're fucked up.
Ah, you talk like a f&g, and your shit's all retarded. What I'd do, is  
just like... like...you know, like, you know what I mean, like. Don't  
worry, scrote. There are plenty of 'tards out there living really  
kick-ass lives. My first wife was 'tarded. She's a pilot now."  

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G. Morgan brought next idea :
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So do I, but knowing things already has advantages over having to  
google them all of the time too.

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Sounds fanciful to me.

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I remember reading that, but it didn't seem to me that Jax expected  
anyone to believe it was original material. Maybe it was just my  
preconceived notion of her being clueless about computers that made me  
miss that interpretation.



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Graham I have already dealt with your wilful negatory recall....  
    http://al.howardknight.net/msgid.cgi?ID=141769295800

Dustin understood it well enough when I explained it to him....  
    http://al.howardknight.net/msgid.cgi?ID=141769323900

Why so such selective memory? Just wondering.

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You misrepresent yourself...You initially tried to pass those people  
off in the assembler newsgroup as your techs. You've since respun  
things, but that is what you did.




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Dustin your attempt at dishonest quoting had been exposed! This is
what you left out.......  


Dustin understood it well enough when I explained it to him.
    http://al.howardknight.net/msgid.cgi?ID=141769323900


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Jax        

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[snip]  

Dustin,  

Have you noticed, no-one responded to your troll post:  


:)  

Looks like you just ran into the same problem you had on the  
assembler newsgroup. You've been exposed and called out for the  
bluffer you actually are.  

Keep doing stupid stuff like that, I enjoy catching you and letting  
the regulars of that newsgroup know all they need to know about you.

Just like the remailer's assault on you, the items I find on you are  
true!  :)  

Think about it!  

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Jax
I don't have a truck that leaks

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Yrrah wrote:
  
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Do any keyword search you can think of.

You will not find any writing, description, article or information
pertaining to BOTH the Regin infector/trojan AND Windows 9x.

So again we see that technical journalists continue the obfuscation that
lumps Windows 9x/me into the same vulnerability boat as the Windows-NT
line.

I would bet you real money that Regin would fail to install, load,
function, replicate or communicate if it (or it's loader / dropper) ever
found itself running on a Win-9x system.

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Virus Nuisance wrote:

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Nobody cares. You are the only living person on the planet who still uses  
those 20-year-old operating systems. Why you persist in trying to convince  
others into such regression is hard to fathom.

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   -This space for rent, but the price is high

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On Wednesday, December 3, 2014 10:50:11 PM UTC+8, Jax wrote:
  
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Of course Dustin is wrong...that goes without saying!

RL


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8e95-0c4ee181c2c4@googlegroups.com:

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Dustin is also definitely wrong about how to write entries in Xnews  
score file.

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Jax        

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 On Wed, 17 Dec 2014, RayLopez99 wrote to All:


 R> On Wednesday, December 3, 2014 10:50:11 PM UTC+8, Jax wrote:  
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 R> Of course Dustin is wrong...that goes without saying!

so you and jax have original copies of stoned so you can look at the actual
code, right? i do... i actually have a couple of copies of it... just saying ;)

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