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

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

  1. David Kaye

    Jenn Guest

    Don't you do what you want? Doesn't pretty much everyone?
    No more or less than you or the next poster ......
    Just like you or anyone else.
    What came before me has changed as will what comes after me will change.
    Going with the flow just seem to be a logical thing to do.
     
    Jenn, Apr 9, 2010
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  2. David Kaye

    Leythos Guest

    The rules have NOT changed, only that we have more and more
    inconsiderate, more self-centered, childish, immature, people posting to
    usenet.
     
    Leythos, Apr 9, 2010
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  3. David Kaye

    Jenn Guest


    Well ... I'm not pitching a hissy fit here.. Just going with the flow of the
    conversation.
     
    Jenn, Apr 9, 2010
  4. David Kaye

    gufus Guest

    Hello, ~BD~!

    You wrote on Fri, 09 Apr 2010 10:30:14 +0100:


    | Thanks for reminding me, gufus.

    Welcome.

    For myself, I've had enough of alt.comp.anti-virus... I hope for the group's
    sake, people calm down.

    Take care.
     
    gufus, Apr 9, 2010
  5. That's a public profile that is copied by everyone. Do a search on any
    actor and you will find the same.


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    *WARNING* Do NOT follow any advice given by the people listed below.
    They do NOT have the expertise or knowledge to fix your issue. Do not waste
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    David H Lipman, Malke, PA Bear, Beauregard T. Shagnasty, Leythos.
     
    The Real Truth MVP, Apr 9, 2010
  6. Nature is deaf to the demands of humans. Nature will prevail at the
    expense of humans.
    Like music - the kind you must listen carefully to.
    Nuthin' get by you, eh? :eek:)
     
    FromTheRafters, Apr 10, 2010
  7. David Kaye

    Peter Foldes Guest

    So now you admit finally that you were a pilot as you always claimed in 2005\06.
     
    Peter Foldes, Apr 10, 2010
  8. David Kaye

    Jenn Guest

    If Nature were deaf, then it would have human qualities and be subject to
    the demand for freedom. Personification sure opens alot of doors for poetic
    license... :D

    Yes... listen carefully and then closing your eyes and concentrating so you
    can hear the voice of one instrument at a time just to take note of its
    individual melodic beauty, and then returning to the piece as a whole. We
    are all like that, you know. We're part of the whole and at times we stand
    out as individuals within the symphony having our solo moment.

    Another point ... have you ever listened to music that has notes in it that
    don't seem to belong, yet, as a whole, the notes are there on purpose to
    create a certain mood to the piece? Again, we are all part of the whole and
    there are characters who play the part of dissonance.. not seeming to
    belong, but in the grand scheme of the entire piece totally needed and
    functional.

    <wink> LOL
     
    Jenn, Apr 10, 2010
  9. ....and if a tree fell in the woods...?
     
    FromTheRafters, Apr 10, 2010
  10. David Kaye

    Leythos Guest

    The group is so much better with BD and Jenn on ignore.
     
    Leythos, Apr 10, 2010
  11. David Kaye

    Jenn Guest

    If?? haaaaaaaaahahaaaaaaaaa
     
    Jenn, Apr 10, 2010
  12. David Kaye

    Dustin Cook Guest

    That link is fine if your smart enough to correct my news readers word
    wrap.
    I don't think so. You copied a post of mine from a thread which had
    nothing to do with you; You then went and made a new post topic; happy
    easter from a malwarebytes employee. I didn't miss anything. You have the
    qualifications of a producer for the Jerry Springer show or something;
    but nothing above board. You even signed my post with a comment for Jenn;
    do you remember Dave?

    You certainly do deserve whatever ridicule and harsh treatment comes your
    way. Your actions are almost inline with the typical trash Pcbutts posts.

    Jenn seemed alright enough, but.. as she's a real supporter of you, I
    can't take the chance and have to ignore her as well. Sadly, I'll have to
    assume (as I have nothing else to go by) that she's a troll supporter, of
    sorts.
    No, but obviously your trying to innsinuate by my post to pcbutts that I
    am a bad person, and that malwarebytes has a troublesome employee.

    My posts have nothing whatsoever to do with Malwarebytes; I removed the
    site url and the software from my outgoing signature sometime ago. I
    didn't want to be unfairly influencing malwarebytes usage or access here
    on usenet.

    My posts on usenet shouldn't be considered as approved by my employers,
    service providers or their affiliates. They are my thoughts and my words
    alone.

    Your efforts to make a friendship with me Dave have failed. This is not
    the method in which you expect to make friends. At this point in time,
    you have the same credibility as that of pcbutts; and I will treat you as
    such from here on out.
    Peter Folders has told the truth about you. His comments about his first
    contact with you are almost 100% the same as Mine. You started by asking
    questions, when we had enough (because you ask dumb questions; and by
    dumb I mean questions you could have easily researched yourself) you
    decided we were the bad guys and you go out of your way to prove it, in
    your fucked up concept of proof.
    I think I do understand you. Your a troll. Not a complicated one, but a
    troll non the less. You have emotional issues or critical thinking
    malfunctions going on in that skull; but you act like a troll. Chances
    are, you probably *are* a troll.

    I have no idea who got you for a few hundred dollars in some online scam,
    but I suspect I understand why the person might have done it. Perhaps it
    was to teach you a lesson or something.
    It already has Dave. You come here with false intentions. Under the guise
    of friendship.
    Sadly Dave, Jenn doesn't have much creditibility with me at this point.
    She supports you and despite evidence clearly pointing out that your a
    troll, she refuses to believe it.
    Yep, you sure did. You have such class too, Dave. Posting a pornographic
    picture in a public forum where kids (yes, kids) can access it.

    Group: Banned
    Posts: 103
    Joined: 19-July 08
    From: Devon, England
    Member No.: 2,931

    That is nice tho. Isn't it Dave?

    http://forums.malwarebytes.org/index.php?showuser=2931

    You shouldn't need tinyurl for that one. :p
     
    Dustin Cook, Apr 10, 2010
  13. From: "Dustin Cook" <>

    +10
     
    David H. Lipman, Apr 10, 2010
  14. David Kaye

    Jenn Guest

    Dave and I are friends... he does his thing and I do my thing... I don't
    always agree with him and vice versa. That's what it means to be friends.
    You don't have to walk in lock step with someone to find good in them.

    Mercy, Dustin ... I take people as individuals and don't judge them based on
    who they talk to or who they happen to like. I like you despite if someone
    I know doesn't like you. I'm an individual and make up my own mind about
    people... and STILL like you!
     
    Jenn, Apr 10, 2010
  15. David Kaye

    Dustin Cook Guest

    He certainly does his own thing. He's already posted in the alt.politics
    newsgroup claiming he was banned because of something I took issue with in
    a blog post. He was actually banned for posting a nudie pic (twice, it was
    deleted once by a moderator) in a public forum where anyone could see it.

    I don't see much good in those actions Jenn. In fact, I see dishonesty.
     
    Dustin Cook, Apr 11, 2010
  16. From: "Dustin Cook" <>


    | He certainly does his own thing. He's already posted in the alt.politics
    | newsgroup claiming he was banned because of something I took issue with in
    | a blog post. He was actually banned for posting a nudie pic (twice, it was
    | deleted once by a moderator) in a public forum where anyone could see it.

    | I don't see much good in those actions Jenn. In fact, I see dishonesty.



    You and I know that was the icing on the cake and there was MORE to his being banned than
    just the soft porn he posted.
     
    David H. Lipman, Apr 11, 2010
  17. David Kaye

    Jenn Guest


    Like I said recently, we don't always agree... me and Dave... and that would
    be one of the things I wouldn't agree on being a good thing to do... I'm a
    woman, though, and I've seen men banter back and forth about that sort of
    stuff off and on. It's kind of normal for men to do that as far as I can
    tell, but it depends on the forum, I imagine.
     
    Jenn, Apr 11, 2010
  18. David Kaye

    Dustin Cook Guest

    True. However, none of it had anything to do with my taking issue with a
    post on his blog. As you know, I don't make decisions. :)
     
    Dustin Cook, Apr 12, 2010
  19. David Kaye

    Dustin Cook Guest

    AFAIK, It's not by any means, normal for a man or woman to cut/paste
    things all over the place like Dave has done, unless the individual has a
    problem of some sort. Or an issue with the originator of the post... and
    in Dave's case, I'm leaning towards the latter.

    It's just not acceptable behavior in most places, atleast most places I'm
    aware of and frequent. Have you considered, there must be some reason
    various forums have decided to ban his account? His method of contact and
    what he does when contact is established certainly calls his motives into
    question. In two cases, he has started threads in a newsgroup I don't
    subscribe too; with very misleading comments.

    I do not know Peter Foldes aside from a few of his posts I've been
    reading, however... He described his initial contact with Dave and it was
    pretty much exactly the same as it was for me. I suspect other
    individuals whom he has taken the time to email and establish first
    contact have had a similar outcome. Aside from yourself, possibly.

    Jenn, I realize you like to redefine words to suit your situation at the
    time, however; Bantering back and forth as you call it isn't the same as
    misleading or attempting to mislead individuals. That's just pure
    dishonesty and trolling, nothing more nothing less.

    When someone a man or woman decides to post lies (which is what Dave has
    taken the time to do on two occasions now, all under the guise, heh, of
    friendship) it's not bantering, it's just dishonest.

    Bantering is an easy way to dismiss what he did... Dishonesty isn't so
    easy to just dismiss. :)
     
    Dustin Cook, Apr 12, 2010
  20. David Kaye

    Jenn Guest

    You were discussing a nude photo.. that's what I was referring to as far as
    men bangering back and forth about and that being normal for men to do.
    People are the reasons people get banned ... they don't get along .. they
    don't agree .. they don't approve of... whatever... It's all about who is in
    control and whoever is in control they have the power to ban. A ban has no
    bearing on any one persons worth, and it doesn't even mean that person is a
    bad person. It just means those people don't get along.
    Everyone has a *method* in which they interact with people which is
    dependent on their ultimate goal. I've made it a hobby of mine to observe
    people so I will not only know their method, but I will also know why they
    do what they do, and what their ultimate goal is. I don't just look at
    surface stuff like what you have mentioned...

    I don't redefine anything.
    You have taken my comment out of context. When I was talking about bantering
    back and forth, I was talking about when you said he posted a nude photo and
    I said that seemed like a normal thing that men do from time to time.
    It's dishonest of you to take one thing I was talking about and make it
    sound like I was talking about something different.

    Would you like to start over?
     
    Jenn, Apr 12, 2010
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