From: David Kaye on 5 Apr 2010 04:02
"Mumia W." <paduille.4061.mumia.w+nospam(a)earthlink.net> wrote:
Thank you very much! Fox News. If those rightwingers spent as much money on
fixing their web servers as they do hiring Sarah Palin to show up at their
rallies, there'd be a lot less malware out there.
From: ~BD~ on 5 Apr 2010 04:17
> "~BD~"<BoaterDave(a)hotmail.co.uk> wrote in message
>> FromTheRafters wrote:
>>> "David Kaye"<sfdavidkaye2(a)yahoo.com> wrote in message
>>>> ~BD~<BoaterDave(a)hotmail.co.uk> wrote:
>>>>> Did you speak to Ray Banana about the possible server fault at E-S
>>>>> causing your clock error?
>>>> First, I don't have a clock error. My clock was and is correct.
>>>> Second, I
>>>> didn't speak to anyone at ES. I simply emailed them on their form.
>>>> So, they
>>>> probably jostled something with their foot and everything is fine
>>> Until the next time you lag from old daylight wasting time to new
>>> daylight wasting time.
>> Are you doubting David's word FTR?
> No, I'm suggesting that it isn't fixed *there* either.
OK FTR - I don't doubt for a moment that David made no changes but that
things have returned to normal.
How do *you* account for what happened? I'm not using E-S but David
Kaye's messages were still indicating on my screen that his posts were
one hour ahead of me. (Ok,Ok - I know I'm slow on things <vbg>)
From: ~BD~ on 5 Apr 2010 04:47
Dustin Cook wrote:
>> BTS - I have read everything anyone and everyone has thrown in front
>> of me telling me that 'he/she' is one of life's bad guys. What I have
>> read may, or may not, be true.
> Fair enough. If it was published by the national inquirer (probably
> spelled wrong, I don't care), I'd respect your view. However, in this
> case, many many reputable sites are complaining about PcButts. Myself and
> others have witnessed *and caught him* in the act of code theft (research
> : pcbutts and rot13). So it goes beyond opinion to fact.
I accept that appears to be fact (but it may not be so!)
>> Whilst I may have missed it, I didn't see anything on 'his/her' web
>> site which stated that the picture of a blonde woman was a true
>> representation of the MVP in question. Maybe it's there simply to
>> cheer up an otherwise rather dull page!
> Then you missed it.
Please send me/post a 'picture' showing where in the web page he/she
says the photo is of the MVP in question.
> Chris has been trying to convince people he's a
> female model for awhile now; Several threads were started about it. I
> know it's a waste of time for me to even say this again, but I'd suggest
> you do more reading about your idol and less posting. You might learn
> what a tool you are.
TRT is *not* my idol.
>> What you *think* you know from your Internet research may be totally
>> incorrect - there really is no way of *knowing* the truth on line.
> The internet isn't like religion where "faith" is a requirement. You can
> know the absolute truth about someone here.
I do not believe you. Sorry.
Read what Leythos says in his signature block.
>> Just remember, it was *you* who refused to have email contact with me,
>> though of what you were afraid I have absolutely no idea. Mr Lipman
>> will agree that email is a somewhat 'safer' medium than Usenet!
> I can't speak for Dave, but I at one point took the bait and responded to
> several of your emails; and as you can see, this is the end result of it.
> I don't blame David for not wanting to take the same road.
I asked you for your help and you refused. Whilst I was very
disappointed I recognise that it is your prerogative. David Lipman *has*
emailed me with evidence of 'catching out' hidden passwords in code used
by TRT/BCButts. I also had an email from TRT asking me to tell him/her
what DHL had said.
My problem remains, though, in that there is no way I can be *100%* sure
which is telling the truth!
>> Happy Easter to you, regardless!
> And to you as well, Dave.
Thank you! :)
From: Beauregard T. Shagnasty on 5 Apr 2010 06:16
David Kaye wrote:
> Date: Mon, 05 Apr 2010 08:02:03 GMT
> Injection-Date: Mon, 5 Apr 2010 08:02:03 +0000 (UTC)
> Thank you very much! ...
Thank you for fixing your clock.
-Four wheels carry the body; two wheels move the soul
From: David H. Lipman on 5 Apr 2010 06:17
From: "David Kaye" <sfdavidkaye2(a)yahoo.com>
| "Mumia W." <paduille.4061.mumia.w+nospam(a)earthlink.net> wrote:
| Thank you very much! Fox News. If those rightwingers spent as much money on
| fixing their web servers as they do hiring Sarah Palin to show up at their
| rallies, there'd be a lot less malware out there.
They came to most likely a faux conclusion.
"...I now categorize foxnews.com as infested..."
Either of two possibilities but not "infected".
A malvertisement in a flash file or the site was hacked and there is reirection happening.
Multi-AV - http://www.pctipp.ch/downloads/dl/35905.asp