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'Stress'/overload those malware b*rstards!


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#1 TesterAgainstMalware

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Posted 20 November 2008 - 09:53 PM

Hi all,

My first post to introduce myself. Searching Google to get rid of the malicious "powerfulvirusremover2008" junk malware brought me here. Glad to find this site. There are certain load/stress tools available to overload certain websites - my suggestion is to try it out on: powerfulvirusremover2008.com!
Or can we sue them instead?

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#2 groovicus

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Posted 20 November 2008 - 10:43 PM

Welcome to BC. Hopefully we can help you fox your problem, because you sound very frustrated. It's a bad idea to try and strike back though. You never really know who is going to get caught in the crossfire, and you certainly do not want to face charges of for malicious attacks on someone's website. (it's always the one that hits back that gets caught.) Lawsuits do not do any good either. They are likely offshore. :thumbsup:




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