From: LD55ZRA on 23 Apr 2010 16:30
> Sardine wrote:
> The criteria I used are the reveiws from (presumably) unbiased
This is the most stupid thing to do because reviews are reviews
posted by nutters. The Proof is all here for everybody to see:
Either you should use your own brain by trying it on your system
and therefore taking responsibility for it or simply shut up!
I try every solutions on my system before posting here.
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From: HeyBub on 24 Apr 2010 09:34
> This is the most stupid thing to do because reviews are reviews
> posted by nutters. The Proof is all here for everybody to see:
> Either you should use your own brain by trying it on your system
> and therefore taking responsibility for it or simply shut up!
> I try every solutions on my system before posting here.
At the risk of being a "nutter," I have to ask: How does an individual, such
as you, test an anti-virus program? How on earth can you detect a false
negative before it does irreparable damage to your machine?
Admittedly, you could download a comprehensive file of virus signatures and
play it against your installed product, but why do that when the providers
of the signature file have already done so? For example:
Further, since you've evidently tried multitudes of AV programs, which one
do you recommend? And why? Or are you simply a devotee of "process" instead
From: Unknown on 24 Apr 2010 14:21
Have you investigated MSE?
"Twayne" <nobody(a)spamcop.net> wrote in message
> In news:eUkIyvk4KHA.3880(a)TK2MSFTNGP04.phx.gbl,
> Unknown <unknown(a)unknown.kom> typed:
>> Don't you think you are showing YOUR age by using NIS
>> instead of WSE?
> As usual, nothing said of any import.
From: Twayne on 24 Apr 2010 19:19
Unknown <unknown(a)unknown.kom> typed:
> Have you investigated MSE?
> "Twayne" <nobody(a)spamcop.net> wrote in message
>> In news:eUkIyvk4KHA.3880(a)TK2MSFTNGP04.phx.gbl,
>> Unknown <unknown(a)unknown.kom> typed:
>>> Don't you think you are showing YOUR age by using NIS
>>> instead of WSE?
>> As usual, nothing said of any import.
Yes; nothing impressive, but might be OK; not willing to run it long term
right now. I know it errs on the EICAR virus test.
From: Mark Blain on 25 Apr 2010 12:07
=?Utf-8?B?RXJpYw==?= <Eric(a)discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
> I need to consistently download patch on following web site, but the
> file name keeps changing based on date, for example
> Does anyone have any suggestions on how to code a batch file to
> download the patch based on specific date format? so I can set
> schedule task to run it. Does anyone have any suggestions?
> Thanks in advance for any suggestions
Try this batch file. Adjust as needed for the date format produced on
your computer. The numbers are the starting column and the number of
columns to extract.
The output should look something like:
>echo %date%=Sun 04/25/2010
Press any key to continue . . .