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Originally posted by mrmonsoon
When I clicked on the slashdot link, I get this:
Nothing for you to see here. Please move along
Online storage is back. Last September, EMC bought online storage startup Mozy for $76 million. Last week, Symantec signed a deal brewing since February to buy SwapDrive. A source close to the company says that Symantec paid $123 million.
Originally posted by Cyberzone
The one thing what puzzles me so.
Why whould they do this? It will cost them millions of users.
Normally padding like that is not included in a file for any reason its sloppy coding. Baton down your hatches folks this reeks of mass data mining, or something more sinister which i wont mention. (WHERE THE SPYBOT ACTUALLY JUMPS OUT OF THE COMPUTER AT YOU)
But really tho make sure to uninstall norton products they suck to begin with use avg or something, anything else but norton products. You will thank me later
Originally posted by Tripnman
Just caught onto this thread and did a thorough search of the primary drives of the three machines on my network that are running NIS2008 and found no trace of this pifts.exe file.
I'm not seeing this referenced anywhere else, so does anyone know if this is a version specific thing?
But didn't the spam start after they'd already removed the legitimate queries they've now labelled as "collateral damage?"