Re: Is MBAM is a 100% safe application?

Discussion in 'Virus Information' started by Dustin Cook, Apr 29, 2010.

  1. Dustin Cook

    Dustin Cook Guest

    Yay! Thank God... :)
     
    Dustin Cook, Apr 29, 2010
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  2. Dustin Cook

    Jenn Guest


    Is it time to par-tay!! :D hahaha
     
    Jenn, Apr 29, 2010
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  3. Dustin Cook

    Dustin Cook Guest

    Are you smoking crack or heavily drinking? You just told me you forged
    yourself a new identity to evade the BAN previously placed on you, and
    then you want me to put in a good word for you? Laughable, frakking
    laughable. You lack honor and disipline.
     
    Dustin Cook, May 2, 2010
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  4. From: "~BD~" <>


    | I genuinely felt (still feel) that the picture I posted was in no way
    | pornographic and *was* meant simply in fun - *not* intended to be
    | offensive.



    http://forums.malwarebytes.org/index.php?act=boardrules

    Terms of Use:

    "You agree not to post any abusive, obscene, vulgar, slanderous, hateful, threatening,
    sexually-oriented or any other material that may violate any applicable laws. In addition
    you will not engage in any sort of spamming, whether it is comment spam (injecting a
    comment into a thread for the purpose of placing a link back to a website offering the
    same services offered here; or services totally unrelated to this website), the use of
    signature links deemed to be for the sole purpose of increasing web traffic to a site of
    interest by the member, or any combination of those two examples. This includes the
    Personal Message feature."
     
    David H. Lipman, May 2, 2010
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  5. From: "~BD~" <>



    | No - I don't.

    Yes - You do!

    | In fact, the 'Management' at Malwarebytes, by choosing not to
    | correspond, have shown very poor management skills.

    The management skills of Malwarewarebytes is excellent as they properly and judiciously
    enforced the rules YOU agreed to abide by.

    http://forums.malwarebytes.org/index.php?act=boardrules

    Terms of Use:

    "You agree not to post any abusive, obscene, vulgar, slanderous, hateful, threatening,
    sexually-oriented or any other material that may violate any applicable laws. In addition
    you will not engage in any sort of spamming, whether it is comment spam (injecting a
    comment into a thread for the purpose of placing a link back to a website offering the
    same services offered here; or services totally unrelated to this website), the use of
    signature links deemed to be for the sole purpose of increasing web traffic to a site of
    interest by the member, or any combination of those two examples. This includes the
    Personal Message feature."
     
    David H. Lipman, May 3, 2010
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  6. From: "~BD~" <>

    | sexually-oriented

    | **

    | I've apologised for posting what was seen as as 'offending' picture. IMO
    | rules should allow for mistakes being made inadvertently, not be used to
    | banish folk forever! That makes no sense at all.

    You were given two chances.
     
    David H. Lipman, May 3, 2010
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  7. From: "JD" <>



    | Each time you reply, he comes back with more ignorant bs. He's a fool
    | asking for others to not be foolish. He seeks the real truth but he
    | speaks in lies. If you stop replying to boater Dave maybe he'll go away.
    | Maybe. God I hope so. Probably not.

    | But it's worth a try. :cool:

    Thank you. You are right.
    I was about to reply but, I read this post and canceled the post.
     
    David H. Lipman, May 3, 2010
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  8. Dustin Cook

    PajaP Guest

    It is not porn at all.
     
    PajaP, May 3, 2010
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  9. Dustin Cook

    Jenn Guest

    I'm thinking you're exaggerating quite alot, Dustin. Anyone can register
    under any name on any group. Dave just told you he re-registered. He
    didn't have to tell you or anyone and could be a member in good standing
    under any other username and no one would know... but he TOLD you.
     
    Jenn, May 4, 2010
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  10. Dustin Cook

    Jenn Guest

    I've seen the image.. it's not porn. It's silly Easter fun. I wouldn't put
    it on a ng that kids were on.. but I'm guessing kids don't use malwarebytes
    forum, either.
     
    Jenn, May 4, 2010
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  11. Dustin Cook

    Jenn Guest


    Why not give him 5 chances .. or 6 chances.. or 4 chances?? Why do you stop
    at 2 chances especially when I saw no warning in the thread Dustin posted?
    Ya'll are being a bit of a hard case over a silly thing.
     
    Jenn, May 4, 2010
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  12. Dustin Cook

    Jenn Guest

    silly person ... nothing is going to happen ... people will pretend to not
    read daves posts.. and then ya'll will begin responding because that's what
    happens on ngs.
     
    Jenn, May 4, 2010
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  13. Dustin Cook

    Jenn Guest


    so whats your point? The image is not any of that.
     
    Jenn, May 4, 2010
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  14. Dustin Cook

    Jenn Guest

    yeah ... idiots use that phrase when they have come to the conclusion that
    they have no valid argument so they have to resort to phrases like that.
    it's supposed to make them feel more like men, but it really just shows off
    their lacking IQ score.

    .... and you bring what to this group? oh I forgot ... you bring phrases like
    "$hit for brains" and you think it's somehow cute and makes you look smart?
    I see... are you like 15 years old?

    ahh ... so you think you have the IQ now, to explain the nature of
    newsgroups? ... but I see you can't seem to get past your need to use foul
    language. You should probably regroup and try again to communicate on an
    adult level if you want to be taken seriously.
    There you go again, showing just how low of an IQ you have going on in that
    head of yours. If you keep trying, perhaps you will be able to communicate
    like a grown up soon.
     
    Jenn, May 4, 2010
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  15. Dustin Cook

    Jenn Guest


    Does your momma really let you stay up this late?
     
    Jenn, May 4, 2010
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  16. Dustin Cook

    Dustin Cook Guest

    Yes, Jenn. Anyone can re-register under any name in any group. When one
    chooses to do so, knowing full well he is banned (which is why he's
    creating another account in the first place) does *not* in any way show
    good intentions, nor respect of any sort towards the forum admins.

    If anything, it further justifies the initial ban that was set on his
    account.

    Further, He wouldn't have to tell me or anyone else he did this. As the
    forum admins do audit for security purposes on occasion; his new userid
    along with IP would be flagged as belonging to a now banned userID. Ie:
    he would be caught eventually.

    Clearly you know little about the options available to someone, should
    they wish to use them.
     
    Dustin Cook, May 4, 2010
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  17. Dustin Cook

    Dustin Cook Guest

    I disagree, Jenn. Anyone can register with any name the person desires,
    so long as the follow the forum rules. Having an ID banned and creating
    anotherone does not follow the rules; and it can result in tresspass
    complaints to his service provider. The fact he was banned negated his
    privledges on that site. Accessing that site or any other is a privledge,
    not a right and the site admins do have options.

    Secondly, He didn't have to tell me anything about creating a new user
    account. The site is routely checked to ensure security is being
    maintained. His new account would have been flagged using any number of
    criteria. I'm not going to get into specifics of how it works, but to
    assume he or anyone else can create a new ID after losing another one; is
    foolish and somewhat arrogant. Not to mention, highly incorrect. You do
    not have anonymity on the internet, you have a false sense of it instead.

    The fact he had to register under another name because the admins didn't
    want him having an account there is actually a form of digital criminal
    tresspass.
     
    Dustin Cook, May 4, 2010
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  18. Dustin Cook

    Dustin Cook Guest

    The image is a front nudie view of a woman. This could fall under obsene
    and sexually-oriented. More importantly, the forum posts are at
    moderators discretion. Obviously, they found it offensive and eventually
    did terminate his account.

    The fact he has now gone and created another account; which he did get
    caught:

    Message-ID: <>

    FYI - Malwarebytes is much sharper than Annexcafe - they *have*
    identified me and blocked my registration under my 'new' posting name ..

    I believe, Jenn, creating another account to evade a BAN set by an
    administrator is also against the terms of service.
     
    Dustin Cook, May 4, 2010
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  19. Dustin Cook

    Jenn Guest

    Again, it's exaggerating what he did. Ya'll want to exact a *punishment* on
    Dave because ya'll didn't like him asking questions. If a buddy of the core
    group did something similar, there would be no punishment. Ya'll want him
    to show some sort of remorse and humility and apologize all over the place
    and beg forgiveness so you can see that he has taken his punishment like a
    real man. It's a control issue... you can't control him asking questions,
    but you can *punish* him and hold him to a higher standard than ya'll would
    anyone else. That's what it's all about because he obviously isn't a threat
    to the group itself in any way and has no intentions of hurting anyone
    there. It's not professional behavior, imo.
    No it doesn't. The ban was imposed arbitrarily w/o any warning.
    uh huh .... it's clearly a silly ban and unnecessary.... but, hey ... if
    Malwarebytes admins want to be seen as hard cases going after someone who
    simply asks questions and posts a harmless image, they have that right to
    look like total hard cases. It doesn't make me want to join the forum,
    myself.
    So enlighten me ... I'm fairly sure I understand bans and how they should
    be used, so you can skip that tutorial.
     
    Jenn, May 4, 2010
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  20. Dustin Cook

    Jenn Guest

    You're entitled to disagree. The admins are also entitled to do as they
    please. I just does not show a professional response to the supposed
    infractions ya'll say Dave is guilty of... Hey ... we've had this
    discussion before about me being a sysop for MSN. Dave is not dangerous,
    isn't a pornographer, and isn't a pedofile and really is no danger to hack
    anyones pc, either. Any ban applied to someone who isn't a thread should be
    temporary until issues can be cleared up. For that matter, it should have
    been discussed within the thread you pointed me to on SE, which it wasn't.
    Yeah.. it's just my opinion, but my opinion is based on experience dealing
    with the scum on the internet and banning them, instead of wasting time
    banning people who ask questions that are harmless, yet irritating to the
    admin there.


    Want to bet? I was a sysop for many years and the only people who knew I
    was a female were the other sysops I worked with. Everyone else thought I
    was a man.

    He shouldn't have to re-register... ya'll are treating him like he is
    dangerous so someone on the malwarebytes forum. That's just overkill, imo.
     
    Jenn, May 4, 2010
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