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Originally posted by Extraterrestrial Agenda
You guys would not know what a picture of an alien looks like if it pokes you in the face....
Its an alien for sure...
Originally posted by tep200377
BTW: A guy named Jason Davis are trying to make you download a software and is linked to the domain in the OP. Do NOT download that software. It may contain DDOS instructions or Malware. In other words STAY AWAY FROM aquafrequencies.com AND
That is probably the main reason for this thread .. to make you look at that page.
[edit on 14-7-2008 by tep200377]
Distributed Denial-of-Service (DDoS) Attack: A means of burdening or effectively shutting down a remote system by bombarding it with traffic from many other computers. DDoS attacks are often launched using the compromised systems of Internet users, often using botnets. An attacker will exploit a vulnerability in one computer system and make it the DDoS “master” using Remote Control Software. Later, the intruder will use the master system to identify and manage zombies that can perform the attack.
Spyware: The term Spyware has been used in two ways.
In its narrow sense, Spyware is a term for Tracking Software deployed without adequate notice, consent, or control for the user.
In its broader sense, Spyware is used as a synonym for what the ASC calls “Spyware (and Other Potentially Unwanted Technologies).”:
Technologies deployed without appropriate user consent and/or implemented in ways that impair user control over:
* Material changes that affect their user experience, privacy, or system security;
* Use of their system resources, including what programs are installed on their computers; and/or
* Collection, use, and distribution of their personal or other sensitive information.
In our documents, the ASC may use the term Spyware in its narrower sense, but will mark it as such [spyware(narrow)]. However, we understand that it is impossible to avoid the broader connotations of the term in colloquial or popular usage, and we do not attempt to do so. For example, we refer to the group as the ‘Anti-Spyware Coalition’ and vendors as makers of ‘anti-spyware software’, even recognizing that their scope of concern extends beyond tracking software. Therefore, the term spyware, when used generally in an ASC document will always refer to the broader colloquial usage.