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  #16  
Old December 3rd 17, 06:41 PM posted to alt.comp.os.windows-10
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On Sun, 03 Dec 2017 05:43:27 -0700, KenW
wrote:


On Sun, 03 Dec 2017 10:04:46 +0000, Scott
wrote:

Any views on the wisdom or otherwise of continued use of Kasperski?


The US government is being overly caucus. They have a right to do
that. Never know what the ruskies will do. They are the enemy !


KenW


Comrade Trump urges you to use Kasperksi! Putin told him there was no
problem with Kasperski so it must be ok. Kasperski is the most
beautiful anti virus!
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  #17  
Old December 3rd 17, 06:56 PM posted to alt.comp.os.windows-10
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Good Guy wrote:

On 03/12/2017 10:04, Scott wrote:
Any views on the wisdom or otherwise of continued use of Kasperski?


I have always said over the years that people should be using well known
brand rather than using products from fringe manufacturers. Microsoft's
Windows Defender (in W10) is the best around from a known brand.
McAfee and Symantec are other two brands. The rest are all spyware,
malware or cripple-ware.


NOD32 from ESET is first-rate. I wouldn't touch McAfee any more.

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  #18  
Old December 4th 17, 02:05 AM posted to alt.comp.os.windows-10
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On 12/03/2017 04:40 AM, Scott wrote:
Does a statement by a citizen act as a guarantee against interference
by the Russian State?


No and why just worry about the Russians. You are being
overly selective.

If you are worried a espionage, don't use anything from India
or China.


I assume you mean anything IT related.


Yes. And I was pointing out about being selective.

Kaspersky is just in the unfortunate position of being
between some nasty geopolitical politics. n Their
product is a good product. And it has been gone
over with a fine toothed comb. It is not the
Russian government spying on you.
  #19  
Old December 4th 17, 02:07 AM posted to alt.comp.os.windows-10
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On 12/03/2017 04:52 AM, Bob Henson wrote:
T wrote:


Well, from a Beef Eater, that is a nice thing to say about us.
Thank you. It would be Langley doing the nicking by the way.


I live just a couple of miles from GCHQ in the UK, so I can drop my own
data in - just as if they'd be interested in me. :-)


And I like Roast Beef too, so.

Don't you love the way us Americans are forbidden to use
our Government agencies to spy on candidates, so we as
your's to do it for us. What hypocrisy and abuse
of our relationship as allies.
  #20  
Old December 4th 17, 05:07 AM posted to alt.comp.os.windows-10
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So it's Sun, 03 Dec 2017 17:05:08 -0800, and T says:

Kaspersky is just in the unfortunate position of being between some
nasty geopolitical politics. n Their product is a good product. And it
has been gone over with a fine toothed comb. It is not the Russian
government spying on you.


(link will wrap, goddammit)

http://news.softpedia.com/news/kaspe...creating-fake-
malware-to-discredit-competitors-489333.shtml
  #21  
Old December 4th 17, 05:51 AM posted to alt.comp.os.windows-10
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On 12/03/2017 08:07 PM, Cows are nice wrote:
So it's Sun, 03 Dec 2017 17:05:08 -0800, and T says:

Kaspersky is just in the unfortunate position of being between some
nasty geopolitical politics. n Their product is a good product. And it
has been gone over with a fine toothed comb. It is not the Russian
government spying on you.


(link will wrap, goddammit)

http://news.softpedia.com/news/kaspe...creating-fake-
malware-to-discredit-competitors-489333.shtml


I was able to copy both lines into the clip board
and paste them into Firefox and the link worked.

I had seen that link before and wanted to cite it, but
I couldn't find it, It is very telling.

Kaspersky just got caught in the middle.
  #22  
Old December 4th 17, 06:07 AM posted to alt.comp.os.windows-10
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So it's Sun, 03 Dec 2017 20:51:46 -0800, and T says:
On 12/03/2017 08:07 PM, Cows are nice wrote:

....
(link will wrap, goddammit)

http://news.softpedia.com/news/kaspe...creating-fake-
malware-to-discredit-competitors-489333.shtml


I was able to copy both lines into the clip board and paste them into
Firefox and the link worked.


Which is so conveniently done in Linux by merely swiping across those
lines to select them, then middle-clicking where you want them pasted.
Not even using the clipboard, but the mouse cache.

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  #23  
Old December 4th 17, 09:18 AM posted to alt.comp.os.windows-10
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T wrote:

On 12/03/2017 04:52 AM, Bob Henson wrote:
T wrote:


Well, from a Beef Eater, that is a nice thing to say about us.
Thank you. It would be Langley doing the nicking by the way.


I live just a couple of miles from GCHQ in the UK, so I can drop my own
data in - just as if they'd be interested in me. :-)


And I like Roast Beef too, so.

Don't you love the way us Americans are forbidden to use
our Government agencies to spy on candidates, so we as
your's to do it for us. What hypocrisy and abuse
of our relationship as allies.


You sound as though you're about as trusting as I am - basically I don't
trust anybody, anywhere, anytime apart from me, and that's only because I
have insider information as to what I'm thinking. :-)

--
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Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England

Change is inevitable, except from a vending machine.
  #24  
Old December 4th 17, 11:15 AM posted to alt.comp.os.windows-10
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On Sun, 3 Dec 2017 17:05:08 -0800, T wrote:

On 12/03/2017 04:40 AM, Scott wrote:
Does a statement by a citizen act as a guarantee against interference
by the Russian State?


No and why just worry about the Russians. You are being
overly selective.


I was following the stace of the US and UK governments, whom I assume
know something about the subject.

If you are worried a espionage, don't use anything from India
or China.


My internet security program does not originate in India or China, so
this is not pertinent to the question I asked.

I assume you mean anything IT related.


Yes. And I was pointing out about being selective.


If you mean that non IT products such as clothing and footware do not
contain malware then I would say there is some logic in being
selective.

Kaspersky is just in the unfortunate position of being
between some nasty geopolitical politics. n Their
product is a good product. And it has been gone
over with a fine toothed comb.


By the Russian government?

It is not the Russian government spying on you.


Unless the Russian goverment is spying on Kasperski?
  #25  
Old December 4th 17, 11:31 AM posted to alt.comp.os.windows-10
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On Mon,

Don't you love the way us Americans are forbidden to use
our Government agencies to spy on candidates, so we as
your's to do it for us. What hypocrisy and abuse
of our relationship as allies.


You sound as though you're about as trusting as I am - basically I don't
trust anybody, anywhere, anytime apart from me, and that's only because I
have insider information as to what I'm thinking. :-)


You're married then?
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  #26  
Old December 4th 17, 01:54 PM posted to alt.comp.os.windows-10
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Jim S wrote:

On Mon,

Don't you love the way us Americans are forbidden to use
our Government agencies to spy on candidates, so we as
your's to do it for us. What hypocrisy and abuse
of our relationship as allies.


You sound as though you're about as trusting as I am - basically I don't
trust anybody, anywhere, anytime apart from me, and that's only because I
have insider information as to what I'm thinking. :-)


You're married then?


There was a smiley at the end! If I am to be completely accurate about it,
my trust I would include my partner (albeit I've never had any insight into
women's thoughts or made any pretence of understanding them :-) ), my sons
and a very small select group of others.

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How do you get down from an elephants back? You don't, it comes from a
duck.
  #27  
Old December 4th 17, 02:28 PM posted to alt.comp.os.windows-10
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On 12/03/2017 09:07 PM, Cows are nice wrote:
So it's Sun, 03 Dec 2017 20:51:46 -0800, and T says:
On 12/03/2017 08:07 PM, Cows are nice wrote:

...
(link will wrap, goddammit)

http://news.softpedia.com/news/kaspe...creating-fake-
malware-to-discredit-competitors-489333.shtml


I was able to copy both lines into the clip board and paste them into
Firefox and the link worked.


Which is so conveniently done in Linux by merely swiping across those
lines to select them, then middle-clicking where you want them pasted.
Not even using the clipboard, but the mouse cache.


I know. I go a little nuts when doing a lot of text work in Windows.
Linux actually has four clipboards. I have a reference for them
kicking around somewhere if you want it.
  #28  
Old December 4th 17, 02:41 PM posted to alt.comp.os.windows-10
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On 12/04/2017 02:15 AM, Scott wrote:
On Sun, 3 Dec 2017 17:05:08 -0800, T wrote:

On 12/03/2017 04:40 AM, Scott wrote:
Does a statement by a citizen act as a guarantee against interference
by the Russian State?


No and why just worry about the Russians. You are being
overly selective.


I was following the stace of the US and UK governments, whom I assume
know something about the subject.



You are overlooking the tons of political nastiness going on
over the swamp losing the election and the fake Russian dossier
the loser's dirty tricks campaign ginned up.

If you are worried a espionage, don't use anything from India
or China.


My internet security program does not originate in India or China, so
this is not pertinent to the question I asked.

I assume you mean anything IT related.


Yes. And I was pointing out about being selective.


If you mean that non IT products such as clothing and footware do not
contain malware then I would say there is some logic in being
selective.


You know what I meant.

Kaspersky is just in the unfortunate position of being
between some nasty geopolitical politics. n Their
product is a good product. And it has been gone
over with a fine toothed comb.


By the Russian government?


You know what I meant. Stop slicing the baloney.


It is not the Russian government spying on you.


Unless the Russian goverment is spying on Kasperski?


All governments are spying the asses off. Kaspersky just
got caught in the middle of some nasty dirty tricks politics.

Just my opinion, but starting up the cold war again is stupid.
The swamp lost. Grow up, get over it, practice your goose
stepping, and do a better job of convincing the American people
next time. And stop looking for Russians under your beds.
We have real enemies out there to deal with. The Russians
are not them. And Russians did not steel our election. The
public just didn't like the hoodlum and voted against her.



  #29  
Old December 4th 17, 03:01 PM posted to alt.comp.os.windows-10
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On 12/04/2017 12:18 AM, Bob Henson wrote:
You sound as though you're about as trusting as I am - basically I don't
trust anybody, anywhere, anytime apart from me, and that's only because I
have insider information as to what I'm thinking.:-)


Our swamp is lying if their mouth are moving. Our news
media (American Pravda) spins and twists and outright
makes things up (fake news).

Last week American Pravda were incensed over Ivanka Trump
plagiarizing her own speech. No fooling! Gee Wiz, I
broke in to my own car yesterday!!!!

Remember the absolute manure that was spread about Brexit. That
is what it is like over here.

I am also a drug free T2 Diabetic. I had to figure it out on my
own. The American Diabetes Association exists for their
own aggrandizement (drugs, carbs, slow suicide). The allopaths
I saw (except one) withheld information that would have cost
them money. The corruption and conflicts of interest involved
in T2 diabetes is something to behold.

Now a days, you'd better not be too trusting. You have to
look for conflicts of interest when you make your judgments.
And yes, I am an old fart (in training).
  #30  
Old December 4th 17, 04:36 PM posted to alt.comp.os.windows-10
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So it's Mon, 04 Dec 2017 05:28:30 -0800, and T says:
On 12/03/2017 09:07 PM, Cows are nice wrote:

Not even using the clipboard, but the mouse cache.

I know. I go a little nuts when doing a lot of text work in Windows.
Linux actually has four clipboards. I have a reference for them kicking
around somewhere if you want it.


FOUR?? Yes, share more info about the four clipboards.
 




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