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  • Birthday 12/01/1984

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    MCSE Hacker 420
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    http://www.nicklockard.com
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    Portland Oregon
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    Infection Detection & Removal, Developing & Programming of websites, Helping solve computer issues, American Muscle Cars, Big Block Chevys, Computer Gaming, Battlefield 2
  1. I thought I started this in the correct thread o well. 9,000 infections now thats crazy, lol. Guess this customers system was as jacked up as I thought it was compairing it to others. And yea I noticed alot of it was from scan logs from rogues. Whats really funny is looking back at the date and time, this system has been infected since 2004 lol
  2. Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware 1.50.1.1100 www.malwarebytes.org Database version: 6991 Windows 5.1.2600 Service Pack 3 (Safe Mode) Internet Explorer 8.0.6001.18702 7/1/2011 12:23:08 AM mbam-log-2011-07-01 (00-23-08).txt Scan type: Full scan (C:\|) Objects scanned: 397209 Time elapsed: 1 hour(s), 4 minute(s), 26 second(s) Memory Processes Infected: 0 Memory Modules Infected: 0 Registry Keys Infected: 4 Registry Values Infected: 1 Registry Data Items Infected: 3 Folders Infected: 15 Files Infected: 3156 Worste PC Ever.txt
  3. I'm an authorized reseller of malwarebytes digital edition, how ever I'm very close to opening up a store front and would be interested in selling the box edition. How can I get hooked up with that?
  4. Great news, Looking forward to the new 1.47 edition of mbam, if you guys need a beta tester, let me know admin@nicklockard.com
  5. I sure hope this issue can be fixed, I sell both AVG anti-virus & Mbam to my customers. Realistically not 1 program will ever be 100% at protecting the system and thats why its recommened to secure with layers of protection. If AVG can not get over this fact then this maybe the time I will have to give my users a choice, pick one or the other. This doesn't seem like the most logically solution.... Kicking AVG to the curb could be one option, how ever a lot of my customers love AVG and renew it religiously through me which would mean loss profits, they need to fix this issue before this ca
  6. Hey Jon, hope all is well with you and your family, stay in touch talk to you later!

  7. I dont understand how that would work, I have comcast home service which means im on a public dhcp lease server. I dont know how that would work if I got a static public from godaddy, I didnt even know such options existed. The way I am able to host my sites from my home using comcast with out a static public ip is using DDNS. I do not need a static public IP, as of yet anyways. Just because godaddy has some issues, this shouldnt effect my site, my urls are being directed to my DDNS name which is then pointed to my local router / server. Which is 100% safe and healthy. I need malwarebytes to
  8. The free edition doesnt include the avg's firewall. Its the firewall that flagged it and deleted it. Since I enabled windows firewall and turned off AVG's firewall it hasnt happend since
  9. I to have had a client of mine who runs avg internet security 8.5 and paid edition of malwarebytes. AVG deleted apart of malwarebytes and was getting that 715(2.0) or something like that, After removing malwarebytes and running the mbam-clean.exe i think its called, fixed the issue, as with out running that cleaner tool reinstalling malwarebytes wasnt working.
  10. And what hosting company do you recommend thats safe and cheap, as each of my urls were only 20 bucks for 2yrs.
  11. So even since I host my own site "the first 2" because my DNS records are using godaddy's (this is where I bought the domain name "url") the DNS is infected? Reason I ask, my ISP is comcast Im on a public dhcp lease so my IP is dynamic and will change from time to time. I have setup DDNS to allow me to host my sites. I do not have my own DNS server so if I were to host my own or list in a different dns server would this help? I'm just trying to figure out what I can do, it doesnt look good if the security I'm selling is telling my own customers my sites infected.. Furthermore the IP addres
  12. I'm a Malwarebytes reseller, one of my clients pointed out an issue to me today. Malwarebytes was blocking a few sites that aren't infected for example my website I host the first 2 I listed below, I know for a fact they are healthy. http://www.nicklockard.com http://www.pchelperdesk.com These 2 sites also seem healthy, but I do not host them so I can not be 100% on that http://www.lacrosseplayground.com http://www.pgigroup.com I was foreced to disable this security feature. Malwarebytes next edition needs to have a way to allow site you know are safe. Any other ways or ideas I can use to t
  13. Wow really, that sucks. I have used them to verify a ton of different files / program names. Does anyone know what happened?
  14. Microsoft XML Core Services (MSXML) allows customers who use JScript, Visual Basic Scripting Edition (VBScript), and Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 to build high-performance XML-based applications that provide a high degree of interoperability with other applications that adhere to the XML 1.0 standard. You should leave it, this in a nut shell is the instructions on how to run some scripts
  15. I would try and scan it in safemode, and or safe mode with networking just to make sure you have the newest updates in place. Hope this helps
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