A message for anyone who creates computer viruses

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  1. gad1111

    gad1111 Member

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    DIE YOU SCUM SUCKING PIGS!!!!!
    :mad::mad::mad:
    :AR15firing::AR15firing::AR15firing:
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    coreyacp New Member

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    or just buy a mac :)
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    rcairflr Well-Known Member

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    I agree, but they should be tortured before dieing.
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  4. gad1111

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    Me too, but I didn't want to get too carried away
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    A Mac is only secure because they're such a small portion of the market. The real solution is "don't do stupid crap on your PC!" Almost ALL viruses are invited. I know... I fix my mom's PC often. :rolleyes:
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    Death by BB gun!
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    dad2thebone New Member

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    I they die, revive em and start all over. continue till your tired of it then do it once more. boil till done .
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    Of course as users, its our fault, it couldn't possibly be the fault of the scumbags who create these viruses.

    I always go on my computer and intentionally "invite" viruses.
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    Slow painful torture with a highly trained nurse nearby to give blood transfusions and fluids!
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    That and you need a good anti-virus software. I have switched from Norton and McAfee to Kaspersky and I can honestly say I like Kaspersky the best. That and scan your PC often. I usually run a full scan on mine once a week.
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    The thing that pisses me off is that the viruses are most often created by the same people who write the anti-virus software. Why do you think they never seem to be able to find the origin of the virus, but other offenses are often tracked right to the computer and individual? Same reason they only catch the small drug dealers. Follow the money.

    And yes, they should die a slow torturous death.


    Tom
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    I refuse to pay "Extortion Money" to the anti-virus people. My main "surfing" computer has nothing important on it at all. I avoid websites that are more likely to harbor viruses, and when I do get one, I do a system restore back to day one of the computer, reload my favorites menu, and continue on. Eff 'em.


    Tom
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    I have never understood why a person would want to create a virus, and then attack some one elses computer. When I got my first computer, which I still have, and use, I didn't know squat about computers, still don't! I bought a book called "Windows 98 for Dummies", and couldn't understand it either. I joined a site on line called "Hackers", my thinking was that they should know about computers. That was a scarry site! These guys wanted the latest, and greatest viruses sent to them so they could examine how it was written! I did learn a little while I was there though, and ponycar17 is right about the Mac. If you surf the web you will get a virus, sooner, or later. I started with Norton, swiched to McAfee, and now use Avira Antivirus, it's free. Because I'm all over the web, I get hit at least once a month. Sometimes, you will still get a virus that your anti viral software can't handle. When you do, see your local puter geek!
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  14. geds

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    Is your mom visiting porn sites? ;)
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    My wife's cousin is a computer genius. I asked him once why do these people do it. His answer was. Because they can! He also told me some of the anti virus software people will put them out from time to time to increase sales. All I know is I am protected as best I can be. If I get a bug I try and get it out. If I can;t I make the call for Matt to come in and get r done. I really feel bad for the people on a tight budget that use their computer as a means of entertainment because that's all the budget will allow and they end up with a bug don't know where to begin to remove it or can't afford to pay someone to do for them. Agreed people that send these things out should be fined heavily or even jail time.
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    I disagree with you, they should have their balls cut off and then tortured and shot in the public square.
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    I was running AVG free anti virus, kept it up to date and ran scans almost every week and I still got something called "blackhole exploit kit" and at least 5 trojans. Before I could find and remove this stuff it crashed my comp and I had to reinstall windows.
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    sorry to hear gad's nasty one that some info for you

    that virus is a pro job , when it first came out people bought a licence to use it , believe that ? now its a free download as then it hijacks that PC too

    as for mac's , if they run java and web browsers they are vulnerable too , not so much as a personal hack but they can be victims and become HTTP "bot's" used to infect others with the target being a script to capture your online banking details via online shopping or direct banking ..

    hacking is getting sophisticated ..

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  19. ponycar17

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    It's about like walking down a dark alley alone. If you do stupid things, and visit sites that are unrealistically offering free things, then yes, you're inviting trouble. A large percentage of viruses are from sites that most of us would never ever believe or visit. They didn't create that webpage with dancing, singing monkeys and a preview to the end show of Days of Our Lives to entertain you. ;)

    I've used a PC heavily online since 1996 or so. I've had one virus and it was a VB script thing that launched in the startup menu. It was actually pretty comical. I got it from a file sharing program in college. I INVITED IT through careless behavior!

    When you're online it's OK to be cynical. Most offers that appear too good to be true, truly are... Never download software from anywhere but a trusted source.

    Yep, a good antivirus goes a long way. What I've found annoying however, is to the extent that which Kaspersky limits you by default. They know people do dumb crap on their PC. As such, my old Kaspersky installation was even blocking TFF ad banners. :mad:

    No, but there are many more sites that prey on people with less judgement regarding computers. "Free" game sites are the worst for older people using computers. A simple life lesson that would behoove essentially all computer users is this. Nothing is free... Absolutely NOTHING! If it appears to be free, you're getting screwed in some other way. Email scammers don't make money off of informed users. ;)


    The moral here is,

    1) Use a good antivirus software. If it's free, expect to get what you paid for.

    2) Use some freaking common sense when visiting sites and downloading files.

    ;)
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  20. jack404

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    AVast.com , they have a free version thats hard to beat , woulda caught that ...
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