• I watched this video:


    I checked my current CCleaner.
    Site from video above: https://www.virustotal.com
    Results: "Infected"

    I Revo unistalled the bitch:
    Removed all Folders, Keys, Short-cuts, Settings, Everything.

    Went to CCleaner website directly. Got a new fresh copy.
    File name: ccsetup563.exe

    Ready to install the thing, checked it out. Even MORE "Infected" with blatant trojans.
    VIPRE "Trojan.Win32.Generic!BT" and "Dr.Web vxCube".
    Saved image for my computer tech (screen shot). He'll know how to report this to many others.

    I'm done with CC.

    Let others know.

    PS: Symantec killed the GOOD clean PGP original as well. GPG was the public result. A pattern.

    Check everything you have with several different scanning systems and have then also check each other, and get a really good technician or two and stay alert to everything that gets leaked and exposed like this.
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  • NordVPN claimed publicly in their own ads that they were 'unhackable' and yet they were hacked. They didn't let anyone know it happened either. Months passed. Someone else had to discover this hole and then trace it back to NordVPN and ask "Yo! Bro! What's going on here?"... and that got everyone's attention. Weeks later articles arrive with them saying "We're going to start encrypting the servers that we outsource YOUR data to soon (Privacy and security upgrades)". Yeah... what was that about TRUST in ADVERTISING and all those SPONSORSHIPS you YouTubers have been cramming in my face every day? Nuff said.


    Both Pewdiepie and the Hydraulic Press Channel are guilty of promoting NordVPN and not taking it back or apologizing for learning about this massive hole. I would have. Would have been my most popular video for weeks I'm sure. "Trust no one, Mr Mulder" (Eternal truth)
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  • More failed 'protection' systems.
    Malwarebytes 4 Review | Tested vs Malware
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  • Just a reminder... the most deadly of these people have never been caught... they're still out there writing code against you and the companies that claim to be protecting you still (but failed many times before already).


    It's all so fragile.
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  • More code written by random humans.
    ...who are still out there writing more code.
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  • A good chuckle. :>
    Deja Vu Prank.
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  • I don't get the people of Pitcairn island. (Population 57 or something like that)

    They are 90% dependent on the outside world: Fuel imports for their power system (yes actual power lines), most of their food supply, ATVs to get around with. I mean, it's not like their can mine the place for resources since it's so small. Well, I guess they could eventually make a spoon or something without too much damage to an island the size of your local neighbourhood.

    So unless they are avoiding the 'cop culture' we all have to live with everywhere else or avoiding the entire internet or something like that... I just don't get wanting to be that remote and yet 90% dependent on the very thing you're trying to avoid. I'd much prefer a middle ground like a nice country road far off somewhere and a good functioning farm with 90% of what I need right there, even my own wind and solar powered battery system for most of my gear. Some ethanol brewing for fuel for equipment and so forth, like the old days, basic simple things without having to be a 3 day boat ride from the nearest sea level sand spit airport.

    And get this... "G"oolag street view has already been to Pitcairn and showed me photos of everyone at the dock getting their fuel and supplies. Yup, the almight "G" has already been there and walked around taking photos to show the whole world their faces... slightly blurred out for us but 'on file' for them and everyone in control of the planet of course! They are not as hidden as they assumed they might be because they are so 'special'. If you really want to 'hide', be average, common, boring, not that memorable, and be very independent somewhere common and yet remote. Pretty simple solution because that option exists almost everywhere.

    Island people are strange. They must be lonely too. They're offering free land to anyone who wants to move there. So if you want to be alone the rest of your life with no medical and neighbours you can never drive away from, unless you drive your ATV in a circle for about 5 minutes around the perimeter, then Pitcairn island is just right for you.

    No thanks. Far too visible and deadly for my liking. How many people who have several acres of farmland far off somewhere have their faces on "G"oolag's street view while they are on their front porch that you know of? Not many, I'm sure. Fences, dogs, geese and a bull or two can be very nice for your privacy.
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  • I made a Next Gen AI Engine for Ransomware

    Meanwhile governments are still PAYING SCAMMERS MONEY to get OUR data back from locked ransomware. *Sighs*
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  • Just casually say this in a crowd sometime to a friend. "I went to the market and stood among all their produce and took a leek. No one seemed to mind. So I went home and made a soup with it." Make friends with the person who laughs the loudest nearby. :>
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  • Like g.u.n.s: ONLY IF WE ALL HAVE ACCESS TO THE SAME TECHNOLOGY! ...Otherwise forget it, fascist government!

    DHS Proposes MANDATORY Facial Recognition Checks for US Citizens at Airports.
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