Raid aka Dustin Cook Brags About The 40 Viruses He Has Written

Discussion in 'PC Hardware' started by Jack Ryan, Dec 17, 2014.

  1. Jack Ryan

    Jack Ryan Guest

    From: Raid Slam <>
    Subject: Re: bugs in f-prot 3.05b ????
    Date: 1999/10/07
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    Hmm, Not that you'd be biased in your "Verification" or anything.
    but since were nitpicking a competitors product; I feel the need to
    comment on your software. Perhaps this time, You'll be kind enough to
    answer my questions.

    1. You complain about f-prot not being able to properly disinfect a few
    viruses; Yet your product also suffers from this, And *WILL* destroy
    the infected host; if it's infected by any one of the 40 (fourty)
    viruses i've written, not including other viruses (which are many).
    Your product claims successful disinfection, but running the newly
    "disinfected" files shows otherwise. Any comments? F-prot messes up
    with a few.. hmm, 3? and yours messes up with greater then 40... Anyone
    else see a problem?

    Again, Your product has far more problems with far more viruses then
    F-prot. you offer infected users no hope for Toadie, Krile, Termite,
    Kremlin, RustBug, etc.
    As are with your product. Your install program still has many bugs.

    Perhaps instead of sniping at your competitors; your time would be
    better served to improve your product? God knows it could use it.

    Regards,
    Raid [SLAM]
    http://www.coderz.net/Raid

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    Jack Ryan, Dec 17, 2014
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    John Doe Guest

    Nym-shifting anonymous troll...

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    John Doe, Dec 17, 2014
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  3. Jack Ryan

    Dustin Guest

    John Doe <> Wed, 17 Dec 2014 18:36:26 GMT in alt.comp.hardware.pc-homebuilt, wrote
    the following message:
    You forgot stalker. ;p It googles my 'posting history' and follows me
    around like an attention starved little puppy. I've played with it's
    limited stalking abilities by changing my nym to Diesel (it's a popular
    enough word.. lol), but that's boring and doing what it wants.

    I won't be run off, or forced to leave by anyone. Especially someone who
    can't even use posts against me without heavily editing them, the links,
    or the story leading upto the post.

    It's relatively easy to killfile the coward too. Just block the
    remailers, and be prepared to do a little more wildcard style blocking
    on the message ID line; as it seems to get pissed if you block the
    remailers as they are.

    It's a cowardly pissant who wouldn't have the nuts to say in person to
    me the things it likes to write. I'm sure you've met people like that,
    or might even know some yourself.

    It relies on lemmings with an IQ of 80 or less. To take it's posts at
    face value and act accordingly, without doing any thinking on your own.
     
    Dustin, Dec 21, 2014
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