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Immunet Protect 2
June 23, 2010
3:27 PM
Joji
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UPDATE: Please don’t go rambo at me. I mean atleast I don’t post pirated programs on dot.Tech and neither do I even share tips about how to get it or PM anyone about it. The amount of pirated software/custom product keys I download are very minimal, and I usually uninstall it by the next 4 hours or the next day, so please don’t go rambo at me alright? Thanks…

 

No no no… OMG… you got it all wrong.

 

1. I was only using pirated stuff as an example of how MSE collects data,

2. I never said “because a whole lot other people are using pirated stuff and I use less which makes me much more ethical and right”, it’s still unethical I know, but then I don’t always do that. Probably only 10% or less every 2 years? I dunno, that last time I downloaded pirated stuff was probably Conflict Global Terror Portable, since they don’t sell it in stores and I’m not allowed to buy ‘em from E-bay.

3. I forgot to mention I already uninstalled those a long time ago! God dammit, you guys are going rambo at me! I just needed it for a few more days, sheesh.

4. You don’t know how “little” I have. Music for example are either bought or if I need a song desperately for a project (which I had to), well, I just download it.

5. Conn09, I never did post anything about pirated downloads on this thread. I obeyed that rule. No need to show me that.

Now of coarse, it may be a unethical to download pirated stuff, Once again, I did download a few pirated stuff, but not that much. ITS SO LITTLE THAT I UNINSTALL/DELETE IT THE NEXT DAY. But are you kidding me?

“It’s gotten out of hand.” I was only making it as an example. Besides, even though your computer seems clean out of pirated stuff, it still isn’t comfortable how Microsoft would be spying on you every time you boot up your system right? It’s like your parents always watching your back when your’e doing your homework over the computer to make sure your’e not doing anything your’e not suppose to.

 

~Joji~

June 24, 2010
1:16 AM
phoenix_rising
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How about any mention of pirated stuff just be deleted by the admins as soon as it appears so this type of defence, uh, discussion doesn’t keep happening. It really is compromising the integrity and reputation of this site, IMO. And how about Joji just listens to what he’s being told time and time again and once and for all cease and desist … (and no, I’m not going ‘Rambo’, and no, I’m not a ‘him’). Let’s get back to making dotTech a really top-notch and fun tech site, hey.

“Peace if possible, truth at all costs.” – Martin Luther King Jr
June 24, 2010
2:23 AM
Locutus
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phoenix_rising said:

How about any mention of pirated stuff just be deleted by the admins as soon as it appears so this type of defence, uh, discussion doesn’t keep happening


 

Exactly what my plan is.

Oh, the site that was :(
June 24, 2010
3:09 AM
Joji
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So Phoenix was a girl for the entire time? My bad…

 

BTW, I already send an email explaining how this “Joji owns pirated stuff? Stop talking about it!” started, why I even had those stuff in the first place, reviewed how I mange them, and why you guys should stop blaming me for everything. (Well, I take part of the blame, but come on.) No no! Just PM me, no questions. Just PM me alright!? Locutus should have the PM message by now… go read it CAREFULLY and SLOOOWWWLY. Then send it to Phoenix if she would like to read it too.

 

~Joji~

June 24, 2010
3:46 AM
Conn Platt
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phoenix_rising said:

How about any mention of pirated stuff just be deleted by the admins as soon as it appears so this type of defence, uh, discussion doesn’t keep happening. It really is compromising the integrity and reputation of this site, IMO. And how about Joji just listens to what he’s being told time and time again and once and for all cease and desist … (and no, I’m not going ‘Rambo’, and no, I’m not a ‘him’). Let’s get back to making dotTech a really top-notch and fun tech site, hey.


Sorry Pheonix………may sound stupid but i couldn’t remember if you were a girl or not……so in my post i put him/her……..really really sorry about that.

 

That’s what i want to happen, the admins just delete it, but also Joji to just take the advice that people tell him, especially when it’s from an Admin, like Locutus.

Difficult, to be sure…..but it shall be done!!
June 24, 2010
4:08 AM
Joji
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I do listen, though some admins react and think everything I said is “wrong”. If you want to, I’ll give you a copy of what I said to Locutus… but I’m a bit busy so later on in the evening…

 

~Joji~

June 24, 2010
4:29 AM
Conn Platt
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Joji said:

I do listen, though some admins react and think everything I said is “wrong”. If you want to, I’ll give you a copy of what I said to Locutus… but I’m a bit busy so later on in the evening…

 

~Joji~


No it’s fine, in the end we’re trying to help you, though it may seem farfetched, we are. I get that you don’t download a lot. Okay.
Difficult, to be sure…..but it shall be done!!
June 24, 2010
5:09 AM
Joji
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It’s too risky anyways. You never know if they are packed with trojans or backdoors. Besides, most of the custom keys they provide for specific programs aren’t the ones I need. Well, most of ‘em over the internet, are things that I already bought from shops and all that, or legit freebies from the internet.

 

~Joji~

June 25, 2010
4:18 PM
calebstein
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Now, back to the original topic.  When I do use Windows, I prefer ClamAV for Windows, because it is free and open-source, and it is powered by Immunet Protect.

It's me
June 25, 2010
5:30 PM
Gvape
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I would never threadjack, but, this thread is now about Opera web browser.
Opera

Guh-vah-pay
June 25, 2010
5:43 PM
Locutus
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This thread is now about thread…

…jacking.

Oh, the site that was :(
June 25, 2010
5:49 PM
Jyo
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You know, I must thank whoever first mentioned Opera 10.5 here, I’m using it now and it is awesome!! Great interface improvement, just need the firefox add-ons and improvements on some sites, which keeps loading forever in a loop(though it’s already fully loaded).

 

@Locutus

Horatio Caine represents jacking?? Nice…

June 25, 2010
6:05 PM
calebstein
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Now, back to the original topic. When I do use Windows, I prefer ClamAV for Windows, because it is free and open-source, and it is powered by Immunet Protect.

It's me
June 25, 2010
8:00 PM
Joji
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What!? Immunet was created by ClamWin? Wait, whattt!? Where did you hearthat from? Btw, ClamWin isn’t realiable at all. Use it only for portable memory sticks or something like that. Detection rate and other functions aren’t that great….

 

In my opinion, it would be a unwise idea to use ClamWin as your main AV program for your computer. Not smart at all. Go check Virus Buliten and you should only use it as an emergency AV program whenever you have a virus on another computer that doesn’t have AV program installed.

 

~Joji~

June 25, 2010
8:35 PM
calebstein
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No, I’m not talking at all about ClamWin.  You must know what ClamAV is.  ClamAV is a well known, and great AV for Unix-based and Unix-like systems.  The developers of ClamAV teamed up with Immunet to make an AV for Windows.  You can either download Immunet Protect or ClamAV for Windows.  As a test, I tried installing Immunet Protect on my Windows box that already had ClamAV, and the Immunet Protect installer told me that it was already installed.

It's me
June 26, 2010
10:11 AM
Gvape
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Joji said:

What!? Immunet was created by ClamWin? Wait, whattt!? Where did you hearthat from? Btw, ClamWin isn’t realiable at all. Use it only for portable memory sticks or something like that. Detection rate and other functions aren’t that great….

 

In my opinion, it would be a unwise idea to use ClamWin as your main AV program for your computer. Not smart at all. Go check Virus Buliten and you should only use it as an emergency AV program whenever you have a virus on another computer that doesn’t have AV program installed.

 

~Joji~


ClamWin isn’t made to be a main antivirus program anyway. It’s only meant to supplement an antivirus because it has no live scanning tool. You pick a file and it scans it, similar to Malwarebytes (although, I like Malwarebytes more :wink: ).

Guh-vah-pay
June 26, 2010
5:39 PM
Joji
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Ohhh… sorry about that. Now I understand what you meant. Thanks for the replies guys.Smile

 

~Joji~

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