David H. Lipman

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About David H. Lipman

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    Jersey Shore USA
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    Malware Research, dSLR Photography, Numismatics & Surf Fishing

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  1. Is there anything else ?
  2. WendyTG, are you still with us ?
  3. After an OS installation, the OS can consume a lot of space in... Cached Windows Updates System Restore Cache TEMP files
  4. Rage: Most of these FakeAlerts will have some narrative but not all do. Albeit, some can demonstrate some forms of quite an annoying "noise". Please look at the PDF screen-show. It has a wide variety of different FakeAlert displays ( no audio ).
  5. Similar to these ? I have created a 1series of videos generated from these fraud sites for the purposes of recognition and education. They are all videos from real web sites. ALL are FRAUDS. All these have one thing in common and they have nothing to do with any software on your PC. They are all nefarious web sites meant to defraud you of money. The objective is to, falsely, goad you to make the phone call and pay for some service contract for an incident that never happened. From there they may continue to charge your Credit Card for other services, remote into your computer and do real damage and/or exfiltrate your personal data and they may use the information they obtain from you to commit additional frauds. MalwareScam.wmv MalwareScam-1.wmv MalwareScam-2.wmv MalwareScam-3.wmv MalwareScam-4.wmv MalwareScam-5.wmv MalwareScam-6.wmv I have also created a PDF ScreenShow of a myriad of FakeAlert screens - FakeAlert-Screens.pdf Note: I do my best to submit as many sites as possible such that Malwarebytes' products can block access to them. You can see my submissions in; Newest IP or URL Threats labeled as "HTML.FakeAlert". Reference: US FBI PSA - Tech Support Scam 1. Also located at "My Online Security" - Some videos of typical tech support scams
  6. I'm sorry but... "Who" is the entity you called ? That is, who is the unnamed "Tech. Support" you mention ? Did you get a Pop-Up on your screen telling you to call a particular phone number ?
  7. You really can't. A Hash, CRC or MD5 value only represents that one singular file. Change one bit and you have a new value but it does not change the modus operandi, intention or payload of the malware. The deliberate alteration of such values to mask or hide the lineage of a given malware file is an ever present production.
  8. Ignorance is supporting a company that uses plagiarism and intellectual property theft as a core part of their mission.
  9. IOBit plagiarized Malwarebytes software. Where have you been ? You want to support a company whose mission statement is to steal the Intellectual Property of another company ?
  10. This is but a stage and I am merely an actor. The producers and the directors pull the strings.
  11. May I request this thread be closed ?
  12. Thanx for the update. However what you did was not necessary. It had nothing to do with any software on your PC. It is nothing but a nefarious web site. One with Fraud in mind. The objective is to, falsely, goad you to make the phone call and pay for some service contract for an incident that never happened. I apologize for not making that clearer.
  13. Are you with us Tomahawk1234 ?
  14. Tomahawk1234: Similar to these ? I have created a series of videos generated from these fraud sites for the purposes of recognition and education. They are all videos from real web sites. ALL are FRAUDS. MalwareScam.wmv MalwareScam-1.wmv MalwareScam-2.wmv MalwareScam-3.wmv MalwareScam-4.wmv MalwareScam-5.wmv MalwareScam-6.wmv ( **Also located at "My Online Security" - Some videos of typical tech support scams ) You will also see I do my best to submit as many sites as possible such that Malwarebytes' products can block access to them. You can see my submissions in; Newest IP or URL Threats labeled as "HTML.FakeAlert". Reference: US FBI PSA - Tech Support Scam
  15. Yes and the MBAM notification have nothing to do with FakeAlerts. Your first post did. You specifically referenced Remove Nksi38di43-env.us-east-1.elasticbeanstalk.com (Microsoft Support Scam) Which is about a HTML.FakeAlert as shown in their graphic ( below ).