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Criminal Virus /Maleware writers


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#1 HK91-762mm

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Posted 22 December 2011 - 11:23 AM

After getting hit with the Vista and XP fake antivirus 2012 and 2010 several times[And having it get past Kasperski and maleware bits] I have Come to ask why is this so easy to do sending out these virus -and WHY dont the authorities Go after them....
Please spare the conspiracy theories Like the government allows this to keep computer shops In business.
There must be some police agency after them -Whats the problem catching them ,,,It it the courts dont punish them Just fines they gladly pay and then off to writing a new code ????
Where do these viruses originate?? In some safe country that wont go after them...

Man Id give anything to personally have some time alone with one of these guys !!!!

Any way HI to all from a New guy

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Posted 23 December 2011 - 01:02 PM

because, if one knows what their doing online-which these guys often do, its A: next to impossible to trace and B: theres so many of them its hard for government agencies to track them all down.

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