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Subject: More High Grade Malware Showing Up
SYSOP    3/13/2013 5:05:11 AM
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blogagog    Thank God   3/13/2013 6:31:08 AM
"More High Grade Malware Showing Up"
 As a computer guy, I have to say that I'm quite sick of low grade malware.  Thank God they finally upgraded it.
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DavidE       3/13/2013 12:08:19 PM
@ bikebrains
For some reason, I am afraid to click on your links...
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TonoFonseca    No thanks   3/13/2013 12:57:04 PM
I'll stick with my Kaspersky Lab software.
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bikebrains    Reply to DavidE   3/13/2013 4:58:45 PM
The SP software displayed the links in HTML format making them look scary.    The three sites in my comment are,  >> and >>.   Each site can be tested at or >> run by McAfee or Google Safe Browsing .  
The three addresses in my original comment are: ,  and   >> .     The  audio portion of the Youtube video is in German.   Do NOT go to the Anvisoft site.   The ONLY hacker site in my comment is Anvisoft.
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trenchsol       3/13/2013 7:14:56 PM
Adobe worked very hard to implement DRM (digital rights management) into PDF specification. The result is that now one can code virus into PDF document. Can't say I am sorry. DRM, most of the time, only annoys legitimate users and nothing else.
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bikebrains    Malware from Anvisoft   3/13/2013 10:38:20 PM

Here is a scary malware story that is a little closer to home: a famous Chinese hacker is selling malware in the form of antivirus software and utilities from his web site: >>. Do not go to >> . The full story is available at  Be sure to read the many comments because they are as informative as the article. To make the situation worse, the software site is selling the malware. The malware is available at  The Comments Section has either glowing, positive reviews or horror stories.  See the  reviews for all releases.  The positive reviews read like they were written by a marketing department and many share similar phases.   They seem to me to be plants.  The negative reviews are many, short and gruesome.   

This comment is being re-posted because of formatting errors in the original comment. The krebsonsecurity and cnet sites are safe, anvisoft is the hacker site.  Each site can be tested at or >> owned by McAfee or Google Safe Browsing .   This testing of anvisoft may report the site as safe because the testing software may not have seen the products. has been informed of the situation.
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