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RE: spyware included in windows security updates

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Old 09-26-2009
GIFTED GIRL WANTS TO HELP
 

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RE: spyware included in windows security updates
THE REASON THAT THIS HAPPENS IS BECAUSE THE MICROSOFT OUTLOOK EXPRESS WINDOWS

COLLABORATION TEAM HAS BEEN WORKING ON AN ALPH-PRELEASE WINFX PLATFORM IN

CONJUNCTION WITH AN OPEN SOURCE MOZzILLA PROJECT FOR YEARS!!!!!! REMEMBER
THE

1033 OFFICE WORM, IT NEVER LEFT. THE PC SAFETY GUYS ARE UNDER THE IMPRESSION

THAT THE NT_AUTHORITY IS A LEGIT FILE ....WORM 2002ish. one reason the
operating

system is flawed ....none teaches these kids anything these days!!!!!!!!!!


This practice started with the internet explorer ie sp1 patch and now

continues!!!(remember the office 1033 worm it gets worse with office 12)

THE FIX: Show your hidden FAKE soft devices they are under hidden devices

....there should NEVER BE SOFT DEVICES And then make sure you disable or
remove

that device. THEN run your virus scanner ...presto it finds the root kit.
If

this doesnt work, that means it is signed ...digitally ...you must find the

correlating signature so that the security catalog will find the offending

files!!!!!!!! AND FOR GOD's Sake make sure that your Microsoft Security
Catalog

has not been affected ....LIKE MINE IS!!!!!!


NOTE:
....the device manager was designed for HARDWARE ....PORTS and Functions
from the

hardware of the computer, the Mother Board resources, and for System
necessary

devices. ANY soft device is a HACK or an attempt to alter a real file. Not
sure

how to fix this completely yet ...need some help on that part.
Also your BIOS ...the microsoft managed bios was an attempt at updating
through

the ssl ....socket protocol, But the updates tend to forget to close off the
udp

and tcp ports it leaves open and leaves your LSP vulnerable.

The LMHOST and HOST files SHOULD NOT HaVE any mention of RHINO in them.
THIS IS

A MaJOR misconception. RHINO is a fake licensing code that needs to GO AWAY.

NOTE: The Intel and AMD chips each have software on them too, and pray they
haven

been breach ...again, (LIKE MINE HaVE)!!!!!!! (THE developing community
needed a

new place for their trojans and worms to reside without the scanners picking
them

up. (
The hkcmd will write the illegally signed file into your registry and into
the

"Drive Store" system file, that will then correlate a new or existing
legitimate

process to "look" for it ...and presto ...NO SCANNER finds it!!!!!

Back to the fix ....try to find the fake signature of the file, manually
search

for it. CLEAN IT OUT of the files manually and make sure that no Browser
Add-ons

are correlating to it. Make sure that the root certs in IE are REMOVED too,

because they all cross tie back to the Fraudulent ones.


FYI ....The Certs are for authenticating WEB sites, NOT running or protecting

your machine!!!!!! Word from the VERI-SIGN ssl group ...I called and
bitched

when I thought they were responsible ...borrow their NETWORK tool look up and

trace the wins resolution of the fake cert back to the server. (it will
trace)

Note ...the wins resolution sig is a very long number with dots in between.
the

reason I am not writing it explicitly is so that this answer will reach you
and

not be blocked because of someone thinking I am coding this
answer!!!!!!!!!!!!

Or go to Veri-sign's web site and read.

I hope this helped!!!!!

NEED JOB ...any takers??????

"maeiouw" wrote:

> can someone please explain to me why, after downloading and express
> installing windows security updates on my clean windows xp system, i have to
> immediately run my freedom antispyware program and remove at least a half
> dozen spyware programs from my system? midaddle seems to be the most popular
> included spyware pRogram. what's up with that? who am i protecting my
> system from -- hackers or microsoft?? thanks!

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Old 09-26-2009
PA Bear [MS MVP]
 

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Re: spyware included in windows security updates
Call your psychiatrist: They found your brain.




GIFTED GIRL WANTS TO HELP wrote:
> THE REASON THAT THIS HAPPENS IS BECAUSE THE MICROSOFT OUTLOOK EXPRESS
> WINDOWS
>
> COLLABORATION TEAM HAS BEEN WORKING ON AN ALPH-PRELEASE WINFX PLATFORM IN
>
> CONJUNCTION WITH AN OPEN SOURCE MOZzILLA PROJECT FOR YEARS!!!!!!
> REMEMBER
> THE
>
> 1033 OFFICE WORM, IT NEVER LEFT. THE PC SAFETY GUYS ARE UNDER THE
> IMPRESSION
>
> THAT THE NT_AUTHORITY IS A LEGIT FILE ....WORM 2002ish. one reason the
> operating
>
> system is flawed ....none teaches these kids anything these days!!!!!!!!!!
>
>
> This practice started with the internet explorer ie sp1 patch and now
>
> continues!!!(remember the office 1033 worm it gets worse with office 12)
>
> THE FIX: Show your hidden FAKE soft devices they are under hidden devices
>
> ...there should NEVER BE SOFT DEVICES And then make sure you disable or
> remove
>
> that device. THEN run your virus scanner ...presto it finds the root
> kit.
> If
>
> this doesnt work, that means it is signed ...digitally ...you must find
> the
>
> correlating signature so that the security catalog will find the offending
>
> files!!!!!!!! AND FOR GOD's Sake make sure that your Microsoft Security
> Catalog
>
> has not been affected ....LIKE MINE IS!!!!!!
>
>
> NOTE:
> ...the device manager was designed for HARDWARE ....PORTS and Functions
> from the
>
> hardware of the computer, the Mother Board resources, and for System
> necessary
>
> devices. ANY soft device is a HACK or an attempt to alter a real file.
> Not
> sure
>
> how to fix this completely yet ...need some help on that part.
> Also your BIOS ...the microsoft managed bios was an attempt at updating
> through
>
> the ssl ....socket protocol, But the updates tend to forget to close off
> the
> udp
>
> and tcp ports it leaves open and leaves your LSP vulnerable.
>
> The LMHOST and HOST files SHOULD NOT HaVE any mention of RHINO in them.
> THIS IS
>
> A MaJOR misconception. RHINO is a fake licensing code that needs to GO
> AWAY.
>
> NOTE: The Intel and AMD chips each have software on them too, and pray
> they
> haven
>
> been breach ...again, (LIKE MINE HaVE)!!!!!!! (THE developing community
> needed a
>
> new place for their trojans and worms to reside without the scanners
> picking
> them
>
> up. (
> The hkcmd will write the illegally signed file into your registry and into
> the
>
> "Drive Store" system file, that will then correlate a new or existing
> legitimate
>
> process to "look" for it ...and presto ...NO SCANNER finds it!!!!!
>
> Back to the fix ....try to find the fake signature of the file, manually
> search
>
> for it. CLEAN IT OUT of the files manually and make sure that no Browser
> Add-ons
>
> are correlating to it. Make sure that the root certs in IE are REMOVED
> too,
>
> because they all cross tie back to the Fraudulent ones.
>
>
> FYI ....The Certs are for authenticating WEB sites, NOT running or
> protecting
>
> your machine!!!!!! Word from the VERI-SIGN ssl group ...I called and
> bitched
>
> when I thought they were responsible ...borrow their NETWORK tool look up
> and
>
> trace the wins resolution of the fake cert back to the server. (it will
> trace)
>
> Note ...the wins resolution sig is a very long number with dots in
> between.
> the
>
> reason I am not writing it explicitly is so that this answer will reach
> you
> and
>
> not be blocked because of someone thinking I am coding this
> answer!!!!!!!!!!!!
>
> Or go to Veri-sign's web site and read.
>
> I hope this helped!!!!!
>
> NEED JOB ...any takers??????
>
> "maeiouw" wrote:
>
>> can someone please explain to me why, after downloading and express
>> installing windows security updates on my clean windows xp system, i have
>> to immediately run my freedom antispyware program and remove at least a
>> half dozen spyware programs from my system? midaddle seems to be the
>> most
>> popular included spyware pRogram. what's up with that? who am i
>> protecting my system from -- hackers or microsoft?? thanks!


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