From: Rhonda Lea Kirk Fries on 17 Apr 2010 14:47
> David H. Lipman wrote:
>>> They weren't Easter bunnies. It was soft p.o.r.n. It was
>>> inappropriate for the Malkwarebyte forums and the religious
>>> Christians were offended.
> What rubbish!
> Most certainly there was no reason for banning me from the
> Malwarebytes forums, that's for sure.
> There's something that doesn't quite ring true about an
> organisation which does not correspond in a civilised manner with
> the users of its product.
> Maybe someone like David Kaye has the experience to determine if a
> machine is actually *clean* after installing and running MBAM.
> Someone, surely, has carried out an independent check to give
> such a widely used facility a clean bill of health. Whilst MBAM
> is obviously highly effective at removing 'malware' why is it
> considered impossible for the downloaded software to leave its
> *own* gremlin within the cleaned machine?
> Is Malwarebytes approved by Microsoft itself? If so, please cite
Malwarebytes is approved by Microsoft at least to the extent that if you
open a support ticket and your problem is malware, it is one of the programs
(the first program, I think) the techs will recommend to clean the
Your sociopathic behavior causes you to be shunned by anyone with even half
a brain, over and over again. I'm amazed that you are unable to learn from
Rhonda Lea Kirk Fries
The right to be heard does not automatically include the right to
be taken seriously. Hubert H. Humphrey