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Re: Trojan/Riskware Help

The Fake Truth Not-an-MVP wrote:

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Why?  Only to conceal your thievery.

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Everyone knows who you are.

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http://www.microsoft.com/security/portal/Entry.aspx?Name=Worm:Win32/Conficker.E
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You are targeted because your stolen script might remove some versions
of the worm because the real author knows how to do that. No other
reason; and if you think a **worm** is authoritative, I can only laugh
much louder.

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So provide cites about your legitimacy. Like your listing on the MS MVP
list.

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   -Friends don't let friends drive Windows

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Results 1 - 10 of about 853,000 for "ms-mvp". (0.78 seconds)

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There's no way to prove that statement one way or another, but it has been
proven time and again that you are not what you would like innocent newbies
to believe.


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"BTW: Lionel was no "kookologist". If you knew what you were talking
about, you'd know that."

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explodes."



Re: Trojan/Riskware Help

On Sat, 11 Jul 2009 16:25:07 -0700, "The Real Truth MVP"

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What have you contributed here? All I've ever seen is you pushing that
script, but you don't seem to know anything about its internals. Best
case, you worked with (or paid) someone to create it for you. Worst
case, you simply 'appropriated' it outright. So far, the second option
is looking more likely.

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I don't care who you are or what alias you post under.

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I don't know what you're getting at.

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Silly question.


Perhaps, but the evidence so far (regarding the script you allegedly
stole) is not at all in your favor and you don't seem interested or
perhaps capable of turning that around.


Re: Trojan/Riskware Help

On Sat, 11 Jul 2009 19:46:41 -0700, "The Real Truth MVP"

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I think we're done then, and I can go back to lurking. I don't think
there's anything you could say at this point to help yourself.


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:oD



Re: Trojan/Riskware Help

Starman wrote:

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Did you read the answer to your multi-post in alt.privacy.spyware ?

You're probably using Internet Explorer too, aren't you?  Use a better
browser.

http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/firefox /
http://opera.com /

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   -Friends don't let friends drive Windows

Re: Trojan/Riskware Help

On Sat, 11 Jul 2009 05:26:45 GMT, "Starman"

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Not in alt.comp.anti-virus.
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Re: Trojan/Riskware Help

Caesar Romano wrote:
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This forum has deteriorated to scarcely more than a day care venue for
frustrated has been VXers and their wannabe arse licking minions.
Who cares if Chris stole the code or concocted it, as long as it works.

Re: Trojan/Riskware Help (don't get it from http://www.ms-mvp.org/ !!)

The site owner has notified me to say that the site is clean and it seems a
few other people have suffered the same thing as myself, which is, it is a
false positive. So what is this and how do i fix the problem concerning this
'false positive"??

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Re: Trojan/Riskware Help (don't get it from http://www.ms-mvp.org/ !!)


| The site owner has notified me to say that the site is clean and it seems a
| few other people have suffered the same thing as myself, which is, it is a
| false positive. So what is this and how do i fix the problem concerning this
| 'false positive"??

What False Positive ?

popdose.com ?

knocklis.com ?

There is NO doubt that knocklis.com  is serving up malware..


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



Re: Trojan/Riskware Help (don't get it from http://www.ms-mvp.org/ !!)

If you have obvious outward signs of badware running on your machine,
how can it be a false positive?

Why would you take the word of the site owner, if indeed it is serving
up malware? Maybe the site owner is untrustworthy or oblivious to having
been hacked.

...that would be like believing PCButts when it says ... well ...
anything.

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Re: Trojan/Riskware Help

Dustin Cook wrote:
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Not angry,
just contemptuous of cigarette sucking losers,
and certainly no sympathy for your sickness


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Can't out someone for something they didn't do
believe what you will
especially how those cigs make you more manly
and less of a scrawny little shit
that spent all the time most guys were getting girls
to learn HLLC coding.


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I don't require sympathy, troll. And, my sickness has nothing to do with
my cig smoking.
 
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You already admitted to using a pirated copy. You outed yourself, truth
be told.

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*HAHAHAHA*. Believe whatever suits you.

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HLLC? Ahh, are you going to dazzle us with more of your stupidity?
History lesson: I never wrote any companion viruses. Just a few
prependers, and I never gave the article printed in Rolling Stones
either. Please, by all means, show us more of that stupidity you are
blessed with.
 



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


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