Webroot SecureAnywhere is written in C!

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That will warm the cockles of you 'close to the machine' freaks.  Apparently
it's cloud based, and the engine is less than 640k.  See more here:
http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2372364,00.asp

I might get it, just to support the programmers.  Some AV programs with 'built
in' definitions are several Gbs in size says the article.

Webroot SecureAnywhere is pretty good at detection too.  Certainly would catch
the kiddie viruses our resident hacker Dustbin writes, and the even more
sophisticated rootkits too.

RL

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Hows your virus understanding coming along? Do you know what a prepender
is yet?

Btw, It takes 10 minutes using existing virus source code to
compile/assemble something completely new and unknown that would pass
virustotal scans with flying colors. But! you go ahead and enjoy that
false security blanket.


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Re: Webroot SecureAnywhere is written in C!

On Wednesday, October 17, 2012 2:30:55 AM UTC+3, Dustin wrote:
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Nope.  Not with Windows Vista and 7 security popup window it don't.  Only social
engineering exploits and zero day attacks written by professional "black hat"
hackers will (briefly) defeat commercial anti-virus programs.

If you doubt the above, why don't you write a simple virus, upload it to
VirusTotal, and take a screenshot and post it to some file hosting platform for
us to see, showing that VirusTotal says it's clean?  Should be easy for a big
bad hacker like you?

Go on, we're waiting... (don't hold your breath, since Dustin will never
produce).

RL

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RayLopez99 laid this down on his screen :
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LOL

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It's November ray. How does Irok work? You've had several months now...
c'mon.


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