Re: Antivirus 2008/2009



Unified Threat Management is not the only one who blocks me. The troll David Lipmann probably with the help of others flooded them ( the people who supply the database that they use) with emails about me after failing to shut down my website. I managed to remove my site from the ones I know about. As far as back doors go all of my files are batch files which you can open in notepad and see for yourself. My Remove-it software is compiled but only to prevent the real thieves that I've posted about from stealing it but after it is installed you can still edit the main file in notepad. You can think what you want but my daily influx of thank you emails has not decreased in three years.

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Cyberstalking is a crime. If you had one as bad as I did simply ignoring them is not an option.




"Gregg Hill" <greggmhill at please do not spam me at yahoo dot com> wrote in message news:e9C2BnxBJHA.4728@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Well, I do not care to get into the middle of your little urinating contest, and I have seen your posts as well as others in a Google search. I do not care to deal with people who cannot seem to carry on an intelligent debate without resorting to name calling and profanity, of which you and others are guilty.

Your own reactions make me question your integrity. My firewall UTM even flagged your URL as malware. Sorry, but I think I'll pass. I, too, wonder about back doors.

Gregg





"The Real Truth MVP" <toidi@xxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:yzIsk.7817$np7.7445@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
You can read and believe what you want about me in these NG it has been going on for years. I am not the person they say I am, I am not the person they think I am. Anyone with any common sense would know that if everything they say were true I would not be here. The un bias real truth about me and the quality of the tools I make can be found here Check my feedback and see what others have said about me and my tools. http://pcbutts1-therealtruth.blogspot.com/ I also tell everyone who sends feedback or emails me directly not to comment in the NG because they will be ridiculed by the jealous others in this group. One more thing. They say I am a thief but they can't seem to find what they say I stole and post proof (because there is none) and nobody criticizes my tools because they work.



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Cyberstalking is a crime. If you had one as bad as I did simply ignoring them is not an option.




"Gregg Hill" <greggmhill at please do not spam me at yahoo dot com> wrote in message news:epzQwToBJHA.3512@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Wow! Interesting person.

Gregg Hill



"Kerry Brown" <kerry@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx*a*m> wrote in message news:ORIj4wjBJHA.4700@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Be aware that "The Real Truth MVP" is not a Microsoft MVP. He has a very poor reputation with many well respected people in the security community.

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"Gregg Hill" <greggmhill at please do not spam me at yahoo dot com> wrote in message news:%23WJDtcjBJHA.1180@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
I know that SAVCE and McAfee antivirus do not touch spyware/malware as noted in my post, but as I said, Trend's Internet Security 2008 software is supposed to block and/or clean it.

I'll look at your tools.

Thank you!

Gregg Hill



"The Real Truth MVP" <toidi@xxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:cxjsk.35525$co7.12985@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Antivirus and Malware are two different things. You are quoting antivirus that does not detect or remove Malware. As far as prevention then you can try the paid version of MBAM http://www.malwarebytes.org/mbam.php I don't know if it will work on 2009. If you want to just remove it then use my Remove-it software it will clean both 2008 and 2009. Download it here http://pcbutts1.com/downloads/tools/tools.htm


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Cyberstalking is a crime. If you had one as bad as I did simply ignoring them is not an option.




"Gregg Hill" <greggmhill at please do not spam me at yahoo dot com> wrote in message news:%23ihQfMiBJHA.2056@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Hello!

I just ran into my third new client with "Antivirus 2008" or "Antivirus 2009" rogue malware infection on an XP computer. The first to get hit had Symantec Antivirus Corporate Edition 9.x on it, the second had McAfee that came with the computer, the third has Dell's Trend Micro PC-Cillin 2008. All three had the latest antivirus definitions. I can see the SAVCE system and McAfee getting hit, as neither blocks malware/spyware, but Trend PC-Cillin Internet Security 2008 is supposed to block it.

What is its attack vector?

Does anyone know of consumer AV software that actually prevents this thing from installing?

Thank you!

Gregg Hill











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