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July 7, 2008 at 9:30 pm in reply to: Oddity with some person sending messages (spammer) #170391Ven0m;231248 wrote:It's a bot. They're ‘smart' enough to respond to you… fortunately for me, I don't see bots. 😛
Just filter text with “%2” in it.jimmy12345;225266 wrote:See, attitudes like this is part of the problem. Bugs are to be dealt with, I can deal with that. But, to sit back, and simply accept that pornography bots is acceptable, well that's just not proper. I've said this once before, but it fell on deaf ears. There are two ways to fix it.
And here's some problem with your fixes…jimmy12345;225266 wrote:One is to start charging a nominal fee and make it subscription based.
If you make it subscription based you cannot serve up ads which would leave it down to the subscriptions alone to pick up the tab for lost advertising revenue… It wont happen!jimmy12345;225266 wrote:The other is set it up to let users “self-police” the rooms. X amount of ignores to the porn bots should disable the name. This has been proven to work in other sites.
Self Police? Power Corrupts, Absolute Power Corrupts Absolutely. Unless there is a hierarchical organisation this can't work. The moderators police the rooms, some other level polices the moderators and so on. Works on a forum board… but not in real time. The decision making process is too slow for a real time chat.November 17, 2007 at 11:19 pm in reply to: Bê hai d?u freewebtown.com/gaigoitanbinh/index.html – messanger error #164976dianarani;224105 wrote:Hello,
Now a days i got “”Bê hai d?u freewebtown.com/gaigoitanbinh/index.html “” from my yahoo messanger to all my buddies.Is it virus? Please help me ……Guide me to get rid of this annoying message……….Please ……………..
This is an IM worm. To disinfect remove the following registry key and reboot.
Yahoo Messenger = “%Windows%SSCVIIHOST.exe”codneim;223545 wrote:As you might know Yahoo! limited status messsage length starting from today morning, from 255 chars to 40 chars.
The attached patch removes this limitation. Just unzip & run. It will automatically find yahoomessenger.exe and modify a single byte,
Hi, can you drop a mail to email@example.com (this is a real address) please. I want to talk to you about something.jfish;174498 wrote:Hi,
I have been reading a lot of the posts in this section which were very interesting. I was doing some searches last night and ran across a new security site that looks interesting. There was a free download that gave some basic security information that I found helpful. Thought that some of the other people on the board might be interested. I am including the link below.
Useless website. Recycled information. You're better off sticking with more reliable sources ie. from known ”trusted” security vendors.TheAtomicBomb;219576 wrote:I don't know why nobody has asked this, almost all of my friends have these issues. When I get im'ed, I get a active x warning and then it won't let me send or recieve messages and I can't see them.
I've unistalled it like 50 times and reinstalled like 50 times but no-good. Please help me guys. 🙁
Security software could be causing this. What version of windows and internet explorer are you using?rickjames5000;216663 wrote:Ok say i use the key on the pc im currently usein now but later im usein a different pc like in the other room but im not on this pc at the time then can u still use it on a different computer as long as its not on 2 different pcs at the same time with out breaking the rule? And if that is soo what if your not on the pc that u originally purchased the key on and used it and activated it on but you were over a friends or vacation or something but its not in use on the original pc can you then just install it and use the key on a different pc or do you need to by an extra?
You need an extra key.
I don't know if it's worth mentioning or even if you use this… but Y!TunnelPro doesn't relay SIP properly. It rejects all incoming VOIP calls. Nice eh :woot:
In the words of a funny guy ‘Great Success!'February 9, 2007 at 7:29 pm in reply to: YTK Pro Now Available! *pre-release to release info tracking* #155855wilber;214672 wrote:No i tried the free version
Wilber, when you quote someone you've got to reply in context. I was clearly referring to the Pro version.
I didn't notice any boot attempts at any time I was experiencing this.
this website was a scam. There is no such thing as this malware. The website is now disabled.Quote:
Thank-you for your e-mail enquiry.
Please be advised that we have disabled this site.
Netfirms provides legitimate web hosting services and has a ZERO tolerance policy towards these violations.
Netfirms – Web Hosting, Domain Names and E-commerce for Small Business
From: Ian Kenefick (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sunday, February 04, 2007 10:05 AM
To: email@example.com (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: Hosting of an illegal website
this website is in violation of your TOS.
Regards, Ian Kenefick
I'm having this problem right now. I go to another machine and logging in when I get the first failed login. For some reason this is fixing this for me.kumari;214530 wrote::new: Today I got a site in which its written that you can be hacked just by one pm plz its my request to all yahoo experts see this and find remedy for that if it is so. site link is —> [Snip] here a vedio tutorial is also given plz plz help yahoo chatter if this is true what is written in this site about Yahoo password stealer then its very bad for all.:(
this is a confirmed scam. The URL should be deleted from previous posts.