Avast Doesn't Block XP Defender malware (ave.exe)

Discussion in 'Virus Information' started by David Kaye, Apr 3, 2010.

  1. David Kaye

    Leythos Guest

    Why abandon your principals for your convenience? Doesn't that mean that
    your own ethicals and morals are somewhat lacking if you choose to only
    follow the rules that you agree with?
     
    Leythos, Apr 8, 2010
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  2. David Kaye

    Leythos Guest

    Chaos is not what the Structure and Ideal of Usenet is about, read it
    for yourself and then follow the posts to determine if "I'll do it my
    way because I want to do it my way, even if everyone says it's wrong" is
    valid or just arrogance.
     
    Leythos, Apr 8, 2010
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  3. David Kaye

    Jenn Guest


    Which rules? Are you talking about rules set in internet stone, or the ones
    people actually practice by what they actually do? :) As far as I can no
    one considers any rules on ngs not subject to change on the fly. Have you
    had a different experience?
     
    Jenn, Apr 8, 2010
  4. David Kaye

    Jenn Guest


    Do you consider the natural ebb and flow of human conversation to be chaos?
    (interesting thought)
     
    Jenn, Apr 8, 2010
  5. David Kaye

    gufus Guest

    Hello, ~BD~!

    You wrote on Thu, 08 Apr 2010 00:59:35 +0100:

    | It's not funny - especially if it were true.

    One other point, the WWW is full of lies and UNKNOW.

    Remember the Golden Rule of the WWW:

    "Thou Shalt NOT excessively annoy others or
    allow Thyself to become excessively annoyed."
     
    gufus, Apr 8, 2010
  6. Why should I? You yourself just called her "acid."
     
    Beauregard T. Shagnasty, Apr 9, 2010
  7. David Kaye

    Leythos Guest

    You really are one of those people that believes you can do what you
    want as long as it pleases you.

    Did you know, while alt groups are sometimes free-for-all's, in a non-
    Alt group, there are charters that dictate the prescribed behavior, and
    that some ISP as well as Usenet providers will terminate your account
    for constantly violating the rules.

    In the early days a group started as an alt group and after months or
    years of being controlled by rules it could request to be moved out of
    the alt structure....

    While you may believe that your desires actually mean something, acting
    against the rules show your contempt for the rest of us and the
    structure put in place, which seems to make you and BD a match.
     
    Leythos, Apr 9, 2010
  8. David Kaye

    Leythos Guest

    If it's not on topic in the group, then it's a form of chaos.
     
    Leythos, Apr 9, 2010
  9. David Kaye

    Leythos Guest

    People have been saying that Usenet is dying for a decade, and it's not
    any closer to dying today.

    You keep making excuses for not following the rules that have stood for
    a long time - you show your contempt for Usenet and the structure.

    How can YOU feel that YOU are more important than something that was
    created and has worked well before you even learned it was here. Your
    belief that you have a right to change it tells a lot about you.
     
    Leythos, Apr 9, 2010
  10. Yes I am.


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    katee sackhoff, Apr 9, 2010
  11. A resemblance of order arising from the emergent behavior of entities in
    chaos.

    If the entities weren't in chaos, they would be able to stay on topic -
    being constrained as it were.

    Entities with simple rules can display emergent behavior that appears
    complex, from the flocking of birds (boids) and schooling of fish, to
    butterfly migrations, to the lifecycles and behaviors of computer worms
    and viruses (which can carry spyware with them). This is probably why
    mathematical definitions of malware have taken a back seat to behavioral
    definitions.

    The fact that some AV or AM application doesn't see some malware
    shouldn't really surprise anyone.
     
    FromTheRafters, Apr 9, 2010
  12. David Kaye

    Dustin Cook Guest

    *shrug*. I think I've got a good idea about BD now, check this out:
    http://groups.google.com/group/alt.politics.scorched-
    earth/browse_thread/thread/3f153b7ae85234e7/112dabf48e10b9ad?
    q=dustin+cook+malwarebytes#112dabf48e10b9ad

    It's not even posted to a group I subscribed too. It's an easter present
    (I guess?) from BD. The post is mine, without any doubt; but... I can't
    think of any valid reason why it was reposted as the topic to a place I
    don't even subscribe... :(

    Ah well. I'm done with the sillyness of BD and ehh, any followers the
    obviously.. oddball has.
     
    Dustin Cook, Apr 9, 2010
  13. David Kaye

    Jenn Guest

    I go with the flow. Most people complain about the rules to others while
    they don't follow the rules themselves. I'm at the stage in my life now
    where I'm pretty comfy with who I am, and I've earned the right to do as I
    please, which doesn't really include doing anything harmful. As far as I
    can tell, posting something that someone might take offense to because it
    could be considered *off-topic* means nothing in the grand scheme of life,
    or even ngs. Next week the topic and complaints will move on to the flavor
    of the day.
    I don't think I'm worried since you've pretty much been participating in
    this off topic discussion, and I don't believe you're going anywhere anytime
    soon.
    ok .. so?
    hahaha oh come on ... by your own participation in this conversation you're
    as guilty as you say I am ....
     
    Jenn, Apr 9, 2010
  14. David Kaye

    Jenn Guest


    So if you really believe that.. why keep responding? :)
     
    Jenn, Apr 9, 2010
  15. David Kaye

    Jenn Guest

    Human nature demands that freedom allow it a choice.
    That is more along the lines of innate responses than it would be responding
    to simple rules.
    There is a simple beauty to math .. it even has it's own ebb and flow...
    more or less a parallel kindred existance.
    ... nice ebb and flow there taking the conversation back to being on topic.
    <wink>
     
    Jenn, Apr 9, 2010
  16. The most appropriate way to deal with trolls, or chronic off topic posters
    like BD, is to add them to your killfile.

    I no longer see any posts by BD or pcbutts. I only see the responses.

    Let them enjoy there intranet, and let those of us who prefer to use
    the internet ignore them.

    Regards, Dave Hodgins
     
    David W. Hodgins, Apr 9, 2010
  17. BD does that a lot. It is rather common to find him copying the posts of
    others and posting them in unrelated newsgroups. He's been doing it for
    quite some time.
     
    Beauregard T. Shagnasty, Apr 9, 2010
  18. Are you sure those posts weren't forgeries?
     
    FromTheRafters, Apr 9, 2010
  19. David Kaye

    Leythos Guest

    That's what I thought you would say, you're going to do what you want,
    ignoring any rules or guidlines, because YOU want to and you believe
    you're more important than what came before you.
     
    Leythos, Apr 9, 2010
  20. David Kaye

    Leythos Guest

    So, you follow the rules of the location you're in, so why not follow
    the rules in Usenet? Oh, that's right, you're above rules that you don't
    want to follow.

    Thanks for proving what everyone thinks.
     
    Leythos, Apr 9, 2010
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