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(Kaspersky SecureList)   This malware business will get out of control. It will get out of control and we'll be lucky to live through it   (securelist.com) divider line 60
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2013-01-14 08:59:16 PM

ladyfortuna: I spent much of last night trying to hunt down some malware (turns out the one thing may have been a false positive, hopefully), so kick, etc...

Anyway, if it turns out 'they' got into my documents, I hope they enjoy the dozens of Visual Basic introductory homework assignments and the erotic fiction I'm working on. Oh and the inventory list of NES games. And the pictures of cats.

/boring life
//boring them to death


I wish to subscribe to you erotic fiction newsletter.
 
2013-01-14 10:40:31 PM
hehe.. They dump the code in the .\Progra%1\Window%1 directory.... wordpad has been compromised.
 
2013-01-14 11:38:52 PM

One of Those Deaf Mutes: Posting this from Linux, so getting a kick, etc.

No, I don't exclusively run Linux. My system is set up for dual-boot, so I can boot into Windows when I absolutely have to.

/still probably gonna get flamed for mentioning Linux though


*brofist*
 
2013-01-15 12:34:30 AM

MadSkillz: boinkingbill: Everybody likes these groups of people when they are attacking the people they don't like but, boy oh boy, when it's them getting hit, they want the hackers executed. This is why people like and then hate Anonymous.

These aren't Anonymous guys. These are hackers working for the Chinese government, which is also Chinese industry. They're a different kind of hacker. This is corporate and political espionage.


But funny nuff, the Chinese have to hire Russians to do all the coding.
 
2013-01-15 01:09:49 AM

Suckmaster Burstingfoam: MadSkillz: boinkingbill: Everybody likes these groups of people when they are attacking the people they don't like but, boy oh boy, when it's them getting hit, they want the hackers executed. This is why people like and then hate Anonymous.

These aren't Anonymous guys. These are hackers working for the Chinese government, which is also Chinese industry. They're a different kind of hacker. This is corporate and political espionage.

But funny nuff, the Chinese have to hire Russians to do all the coding.


When I visited a Children's Palace (school for the gifted) in China in 1994 with my tour group, computer class was learning how to enter the same damn BASIC program in on each computer.  I think the culture breeds out creativity. In the art class, they were all doing the same painting.
 
2013-01-15 01:43:58 AM

MontanaDave: ladyfortuna: I spent much of last night trying to hunt down some malware (turns out the one thing may have been a false positive, hopefully), so kick, etc...

Anyway, if it turns out 'they' got into my documents, I hope they enjoy the dozens of Visual Basic introductory homework assignments and the erotic fiction I'm working on. Oh and the inventory list of NES games. And the pictures of cats.

/boring life
//boring them to death

I wish to subscribe to you erotic fiction newsletter.


That's not a bad idea actually... hmm.

/ponder
 
2013-01-15 02:10:08 AM

Elzar: Hmm - all windows exploits, but M$ OSes are still 1000x more secure then OSX or Linux?


Two things:
- If you pay attention to the vulnerabilities used, there's patches out for them already. Conficker was so last decade. You can't patch out stupidity.
- he he, you focus Windows but completely ignore the phones? Three major platforms all compromised... except no Android! Maybe it's because it doesn't ever need to be plugged in :)
 
2013-01-15 02:44:22 AM
 
2013-01-15 11:27:48 AM

ladyfortuna: dozens of Visual Basic introductory homework assignments and the erotic fiction I'm working on


Mmmm baby... on error goto next... like that... go variant for me...
 
2013-01-16 12:53:33 AM

Gaseous Anomaly: ladyfortuna: dozens of Visual Basic introductory homework assignments and the erotic fiction I'm working on

Mmmm baby... on error goto next... like that... go variant for me...


LOL not at the same time...
 
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