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  1. Google precision targets ads. After a copyright dispute with Google partner, Golden Voice, on a twitter site, I discerned my gmails had been tampered with . . . and I responded to one "twitter" support email I escalated it to Jack Dorsey, with a copy to my attorneys, and one to LBPD, and have documented everything for the FBI if my content isn't restored promptly, Google support, er, Youtube support, er, Facebook support, er, I mean twitter support.
  2. What happened is exactly as the title says. I just received an email that my account password was changed, and not only had the password been changed, but the email it was tied to was as well. I have, of course, already sent in a ticket, but as I really can't wait for this to go through, especially as it can take 2-3 BUSINESS DAYS, which would now be 4-5 days, I'm hoping that I can pull some attention here in order to expedite the process. This is beyond frustrating to me at the moment. Though, I do admit I can appreciate the irony behind it, the service I use to prevent people from infecting
  3. Sure would be nice to make helping MWB, an easier process. You'd like for us to go to 3 different places in order to "zip" 2 folders and an exe. Then email it to MWB. Doesnt the MWB program already know where those 3 places would be for the program that we think is a false positive? Why not make an option built into MWB to "report as false positive" and the program can automatically zip the 2 locations and exe? Then upload it to MWB. The program that I would report if it wasnt such a hassle - would be Avast! antivirus. I heard another post saying that Microsoft one drive had been effecte
  4. Windows XP Professional SP3 (Properties on MComputer don't even register my processor anymore) vbalsgrid6.ocx error, cannot run malwarebytes, antivirus will not update. NT Kernal attempted a shutdown but I managed to halt that, many things are no longer working, took 2 hours to create an account, please help. Attempted to upload DDS, hijackthis and attach logs with error 302. Pasting them below. Logfile of Trend Micro HijackThis v2.0.2 Scan saved at 12:49:40 AM, on 9/25/2012 Platform: Windows XP SP3 (WinNT 5.01.2600) MSIE: Internet Explorer v8.00 (8.00.6001.18702) Boot mode: Normal Running pro
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