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jackendra



Joined: 06 Feb 2014
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revolution wrote:
Creating malware is like burning down houses. All houses are susceptible to being burnt down but that doesn't mean we should be burning them down just to force us into making more robust houses. And just like malware, burning down houses creates no net positive for society, it just makes everyone waste time and effort to rebuild.



Im not even going to mention how ignorant you are.
Only if you knew how much more intelligent crackers made the cyber world.

They pushed technology.
Pushed until others were either forced to step back or were forced to become just as good.
Until they could fight back.

If it werent for hackers and crackers you would be so surprised how far back technology would be.

Kid step back and get out if you cant handle a great post.


Props to you OP/Poster!!
Especially if you wrote that yourself.


I am looking forward to analyzing your code and playing with it.
Post 06 Feb 2014, 05:14
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revolution
When all else fails, read the source


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jackendra wrote:
Im not even going to mention how ignorant you are.
Only if you knew how much more intelligent crackers made the cyber world.

They pushed technology.
Pushed until others were either forced to step back or were forced to become just as good.
Until they could fight back.

If it werent for hackers and crackers you would be so surprised how far back technology would be.

Kid step back and get out if you cant handle a great post.


Props to you OP/Poster!!
Especially if you wrote that yourself.


I am looking forward to analyzing your code and playing with it.

Wow, cool Cool. First time poster comes here and posts that. I will look forward to your next post with all the cool malware you intend to impose upon us. And I'll watch as you receive thanks from all the worlds governments by way of offers for free accommodation for 5-10 years. Society will definitely value such contributions. Thanks.
Post 06 Feb 2014, 05:51
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jackendra



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revolution wrote:

jackendra wrote:
Im not even going to mention how ignorant you are.
Only if you knew how much more intelligent crackers made the cyber world.

They pushed technology.
Pushed until others were either forced to step back or were forced to become just as good.
Until they could fight back.

If it werent for hackers and crackers you would be so surprised how far back technology would be.

Kid step back and get out if you cant handle a great post.


Props to you OP/Poster!!
Especially if you wrote that yourself.


I am looking forward to analyzing your code and playing with it.

Wow, cool Cool. First time poster comes here and posts that. I will look forward to your next post with all the cool malware you intend to impose upon us. And I'll watch as you receive thanks from all the worlds governments by way of offers for free accommodation for 5-10 years. Society will definitely value such contributions. Thanks.



Your Welcome My fine Fellow.
I wasnt intending on posting malware I just wanted you to step back.
You have no idea what your saying nor do you deserve to be on this forum.
I'm sure whatever I do post in the future will hold more quality than your useless crappy comments.

Its so sad I had to say this to a Mod/Admin.
This forum could really use better leaders.
Ones who actually know what their saying.
Post 06 Feb 2014, 06:15
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revolution
When all else fails, read the source


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jackendra wrote:
You have no idea what your saying nor do you deserve to be on this forum.

Thanks for your kind words. Perhaps Tomasz will listen to you and ban me.

jackendra wrote:
I'm sure whatever I do post in the future will hold more quality than your useless crappy comments.

We will look forward to your enlightening and important comments in the future. Please teach us all how wonderful malware really is. Lowly folk like myself here seem to have missed the point completely.
Post 06 Feb 2014, 06:22
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jackendra



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revolution wrote:
Thanks for your kind words. Perhaps Tomasz will listen to you and ban me.
.



He may.
But at least I was banned for a good reason.

revolution wrote:

We will look forward to your enlightening and important comments in the future. Please teach us all how wonderful malware really is. Lowly folk like myself here seem to have missed the point completely.


No one said malware was essentially 'good'.
But you'd be completely retarded to say it was all bad.
Post 06 Feb 2014, 06:31
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revolution
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jackendra wrote:
But at least I was banned for a good reason.

Ooh, the plot thickens. Please do elaborate ...
Post 06 Feb 2014, 06:35
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jackendra



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revolution wrote:

jackendra wrote:
But at least I was banned for a good reason.

Ooh, the plot thickens. Please do elaborate ...



Mkay Mr.
At least I would get banned for telling an imbecile that he was wrong.
Even better that telling him off involved his idiotic post about how malware writers are like arsonists.


ooo That plot got so much thicker.
Post 06 Feb 2014, 06:40
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revolution
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So which is it, you would be banned or you were banned? Or both? I don't think that calling someone a retarded imbecilic ignoramus is a banning offence around here so you are are probably safe on that count.

I am more interested in the "good reason" that got you banned previously.
Post 06 Feb 2014, 06:55
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typedef



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revolution
Are you the only mod active all the time?
Post 06 Feb 2014, 15:54
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jackendra



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revolution wrote:
So which is it, you would be banned or you were banned? Or both? I don't think that calling someone a retarded imbecilic ignoramus is a banning offence around here so you are are probably safe on that count.

I am more interested in the "good reason" that got you banned previously.



Now your confusing me o.e
Post 06 Feb 2014, 16:42
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LocoDelAssembly
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So, rather easy self extractor with execution after extraction option turned on? Smile

Adding some simple compression would make this example of legitimate use: transport packed executable without damaging the digital signature of the original file (of the file with random name, the self extractor itself would not have a signature).
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revolution
When all else fails, read the source


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typedef wrote:
revolution
Are you the only mod active all the time?

I am not active all the time. There are others mods here also doing the janitorial work of cleaning things up and keeping everything in the right places. If something goes wrong you can always PM me and I'll see if I can fix it but I'm not here 24/7 so try another mod if you don't get an immediate reply.
Post 06 Feb 2014, 23:19
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Tyler



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typedef wrote:
revolution
Are you the only mod active all the time?

Revolution's actually a bot written to test the limits of AI for the purpose of forum moderation. So yeah, "it's" here all the time. That's why "it" is always offended when you assume "its" gender.
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revolution
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Tyler wrote:
Revolution's actually a bot written to test the limits of AI ...

So you mean I didn't pass the Turing Test? Sad
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sid123



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The [insert your favorite word here] did I just read?
Post 07 Feb 2014, 11:49
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revolution
When all else fails, read the source


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sid123 wrote:
[insert your favorite word here]

Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis?
Post 07 Feb 2014, 12:02
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HaHaAnonymous



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Stupid post removed.


Last edited by HaHaAnonymous on 28 Feb 2015, 18:18; edited 1 time in total
Post 07 Feb 2014, 12:19
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DKV



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"HLLP"
Does not show the original icon of the program.
Well, so good! Very Happy
Post 12 Apr 2014, 03:44
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Matrix



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typedef wrote:

revolution wrote:
Creating malware is like burning down houses. All houses are susceptible to being burnt down but that doesn't mean we should be burning them down just to force us into making more robust houses. And just like malware, burning down houses creates no net positive for society, it just makes everyone waste time and effort to rebuild.



But the people who rebuild the houses love to do so because they are hungry for money, and sometimes they'll burn down some houses themsevles just to be the ones to get hired to rebuild the houses.

Rolling Eyes Wonder why AVs cook up stories about malware that no one has even heard of and force you to buy/upgrade their software. Hell, they even make their software deliberately "incompatible" with other security software so their malware don't get flagged by their competitors.



Nobody forced you to do anything yet dude Smile
You pay for it if you want to buy it.
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fasmnewbie



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I don't understand these malware things. If what they do is to break codes, than I do it almost every step of mine. You name it... imbalance stack, corrupting the registers, divide by zero, mismatched indexing, out-of-bound, access violations etc etc... Is it a 'malware' or just the plain obvious? Laughing
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