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  #46  
Old April 10th 12, 12:58 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.basics,microsoft.public.test.here
Eagle
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Default Thank you.

Tim Meddick has brought this to us :
You arrogant, pontificating a***hole - the guy could be using an internet
café, or anything, why do you assume stuff?!!...

==

Cheers, Tim Meddick, Peckham, London. :-)




"Sycho" wrote in message
m...
This just in to the microsoft.public.test.here news room. On Mon, 09
Apr 2012 22:19:14 +0100 it was announced to all in a public briefing,
~BD~ made the following declaration and
shocked the world when the following was announced:

G. Morgan wrote:
~BD~ wrote:

I'm wondering if the author is correct in what he claims. Some guidance
on this will be welcomed!

Which claim? I see a glaring reason why a remote session will not
work outside of the LAN.


"Then I could do whatever I wanted.. copy files\folders from their hard
drive to mine or vice versa, move files\folders around, delete files,
rename files, etc.. *and they would never know*!"


You're really trying to disprove anything any everything I have said,
aren't you? You're just not willing to face the facts as I have
carefully demonstrated/laid out for you in clear, easy to understand
English.

If you are *that* determined to prove/disprove what I have said, why
don't you try it out locally yourself and find out just how simple it
is..

Then again you probably wouldn't be able to perform the task without
someone remoting into your computer and doing it for you.

I'd show you just how simple a procedure it is, complete with screen
caps, pretty instructions, a YouTube video, pop-up books, PowerPoint
presentations and a narrator but you STILL wouldn't get it. So it
would be a complete waste of my time.

So here.. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Gi1BpLhRsw

And here.. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r8ELtS0YWHc

Pay attention, VERY CAREFULLY.. I understand that will be a difficult
task for you.

Again, as I have said previously (and others have as well), you are on
a Macintosh computer NOT a PC. So all of the above information is
completely irrelevant to you.
-- insert blank stare here


Top posting idiot.

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Speak when you are angry and you will make the best speech you’ll ever
regret.


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  #47  
Old April 10th 12, 12:59 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.basics,microsoft.public.test.here
Eagle
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Default Thank you.

After serious thinking Tim Meddick wrote :
A great many, I should think! Like the millions of XP machines that populate
internet cafs and have not, as yet, been upgraded...

==

Cheers, Tim Meddick, Peckham, London. :-)




"~BD~" wrote in message
...
Tim Meddick wrote:

If your query referred to the ability of a batch file to disrupt an
NT-based system - then my answer would have to be ; "only if such a
batch-file was executed by a user with administrator privileges (on XP
only - vista / W7 gives an extra warning asking if it was you who really
initiated some risky code) would it be able to remove the essential
boot-loader system-file "ntldr" - otherwise, normal limited users would
be protected from such dodgy batch-code by the default usage-rights of
files and folders that reside within the root of the system-drive."

Plus, if the batch-file (or any one of a number of "vulnerable"
executable file-types) was downloaded from the internet, systems from 2K
onward give an extra warning of possible risk on any user attempting to
execute it for the first time.

But you'd have to a bit mental in the first place to deliberately
execute a strange batch-file that you had not first investigated it's
contents for yourself - let alone leaving it to AV scanning!!...

==

Cheers, Tim Meddick, Peckham, London. :-)


Thanks for commenting, Tim.

I wonder how many folk using a computer with an XP operating system do
*not* operate with administrator privileges! ;-)


Go play with your muslimer pals you top posting ****wit.

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  #48  
Old April 10th 12, 01:52 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.basics,microsoft.public.test.here
Tim Meddick[_3_]
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Default Thank you.

Ooooooo! You can spell!!

==

Cheers, Tim Meddick, Peckham, London. :-)




"Eagle" wrote in message
...
Go play with your muslimer pals you top posting ****wit.

--
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Socialism:
Tax dollars at work for those who don't



  #49  
Old April 10th 12, 02:01 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.basics,microsoft.public.test.here
Oldus Fartus[_3_]
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Default Thank you.

On 10/04/12 07:46, Tim Meddick wrote:
You arrogant, pontificating a***hole - the guy could be using an
internet caf, or anything, why do you assume stuff?!!...


Er, Tim - BD is well known to regular posters. Sycho is neither
pontificating, nor assuming stuff.

HTH

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Cheers
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  #50  
Old April 10th 12, 02:09 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.basics,microsoft.public.test.here
FromTheRafters[_2_]
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Default Thank you.

Tim Meddick wrote:
You arrogant, pontificating a***hole - the guy could be using an
internet caf, or anything, why do you assume stuff?!!...


Indeed, his questions on this matter relate to his previous XP setup and
although he is on a Mac now - he still has an XP machine to play with
the batfiles to his pleasure.

Unfortunately, whether or not something is possible *still* doesn't
answer the real question of was he or was he not attacked by his
perceived nemesis during the session with the private newsgroup.
  #51  
Old April 10th 12, 04:27 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.basics,microsoft.public.test.here
Oldus Fartus[_3_]
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On Tue, 10 Apr 2012 02:11:04 +0000, Sycho ejaculated thusly:

You moronic pile of cow ****, little do you realize that BD has been
asking this VERY same question and getting multiple answers not only
from myself but MANY others. Both here and in alt.2600.

Not to mention, I *know* for a fact that BD uses Macintrash because I
have his ****ing system tagged from NUMEROUS visits to my web site which
I host locally from my own box.

He is not satisfied with any answers he gets from me or anyone else and
is doing nothing but chasing ghosts and trolling news groups to get his
rocks off. He refuses not only to listen to ANY ****ing thing said to
him, but he refuses to read, comprehend ANYthing given to him no matter
HOW many times it's been explained ad nauseum.

So, therefore, kindly STFU, you ignorant, top-posting, whiny little
bitch.


You pretty well have it covered there Sycho.
  #52  
Old October 19th 13, 11:52 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.basics,microsoft.public.test.here
~BD~[_6_]
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BoaterDave wrote:
Hello TechB - nice to see you here! :-)

I think you already know the danger of '.bat' files to us mere mortals.
My real, 'in-the-flesh', ex 'script kiddie' hacker turned PC consultant has
told
me so face-to-face. I'd rather trust him than you, I'm afraid.

David
__________________________________________________
"Kerry Brown" *a*m wrote in message
...
Trolling over here now David? Are you going to warn us all about the
dangers of .bat files? There are a lot of them available for download from
many MVP's sites, along with .cmd. .reg, etc..

--
Kerry Brown
Microsoft MVP - Shell/User
www.vistahelp.ca/phpBB2



UPDATE!
++++++


Kerry has refused to be my Facebook friend! :-(

Well actually, it was his wife, formerly known as The Lady K.Dee, who
started the rot on Facebook!

He lied when he once said this:-

"BoaterDave is a troll. He has been told that .bat files are not
inherently more harmful than any other executable file many times in
other newsgroups. He ignores everyone's advice and attempts to get
unsuspecting computer users to scan their computers for .bat files and
delete any they find. He has caused a lot of unnecessary worry by
telling people they are infected and urging them to do many different
anti-malware scans. When the scans come up empty he insists they are
still infected and points them to yet another online scanning engine. At
best he is a very sophistcated troll. At worst he is a very paranoid
person who needs professional help. In any case he can be safely ignored."

--
Kerry Brown
Microsoft MVP - Shell/User
www.vistahelp.ca/phpBB2

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  #53  
Old October 19th 13, 12:00 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.basics,microsoft.public.test.here
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FromTheRafters wrote:
Tim Meddick said of Sycho
You arrogant, pontificating a***hole - the guy could be using an
internet caf, or anything, why do you assume stuff?!!...


Indeed, his questions on this matter relate to his previous XP setup and
although he is on a Mac now - he still has an XP machine to play with
the batfiles to his pleasure.

Unfortunately, whether or not something is possible *still* doesn't
answer the real question of was he or was he not attacked by his
perceived nemesis during the session with the private newsgroup.



Tell me what YOU *really* think occurred, FTR (a request, not an order!
smile)

Have you ever been to Annexcafe User2User to 'test the water' so to speak?
  #54  
Old October 19th 13, 11:13 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.basics,microsoft.public.test.here
G. Morgan[_8_]
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Default Just wonderin' :-)

~BD~ wrote:

Kerry has refused to be my Facebook friend! :-(


That's because FB friends are usually reserved for um, friends.


--

Will YOU be my Facebook friend, Graham?

From: ~BD~ in Message-ID:
  #55  
Old October 19th 13, 11:41 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.basics,microsoft.public.test.here
~BD~[_6_]
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G. Morgan wrote:
~BD~ wrote:

Kerry has refused to be my Facebook friend! :-(


That's because FB friends are usually reserved for um, friends.


It seems that you /always/ take me seriously, Master Morgan! ;-)

As RonNNN has mentioned today, your drug taking will have dulled your
psyche for sure. Enjoy what little life you have left, in the best way
that you possibly can.

--
The only people who make a difference are the people who believe they can.
  #56  
Old October 21st 13, 10:20 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.basics,microsoft.public.test.here
Eagle
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~BD~ explained on 10/19/2013 :
G. Morgan wrote:
~BD~ wrote:

Kerry has refused to be my Facebook friend! :-(


That's because FB friends are usually reserved for um, friends.


It seems that you /always/ take me seriously, Master Morgan! ;-)

As RonNNN has mentioned today, your drug taking will have dulled your psyche
for sure. Enjoy what little life you have left, in the best way that you
possibly can.


Dave, what ronnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn says isn't worth the fart it
takes to pronounce his name. Pay no attention to the little maggot, and
just use his hand to wipe your ass. Just be sure his fingers are tucked
in or you might get a surprise.

--
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My definition of social justice: those who refuse to work deserve to go
hungry.


  #57  
Old October 24th 13, 12:33 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.basics,microsoft.public.test.here
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Eagle wrote:
~BD~ explained on 10/19/2013 :
G. Morgan wrote:
~BD~ wrote:

Kerry has refused to be my Facebook friend! :-(

That's because FB friends are usually reserved for um, friends.


It seems that you /always/ take me seriously, Master Morgan! ;-)

As RonNNN has mentioned today, your drug taking will have dulled your
psyche for sure. Enjoy what little life you have left, in the best way
that you possibly can.


Dave, what ronnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn says isn't worth the fart it
takes to pronounce his name. Pay no attention to the little maggot, and
just use his hand to wipe your ass. Just be sure his fingers are tucked
in or you might get a surprise.



That's rather rude and uncalled for Eagle - IMO, anyway.

My ploy was to get G.Morgan to follow the link in the signature block of
Mr Kerry Brown. It no longer provides a route to the 'BBS forum' as it
used to:-

http://web.archive.org/web/200712050....vistahelp.ca/

I also note that *you* - one of Graham's closest on-line pals, have not
yet signed up on *his* new phpBB. Is that simply because you, like Jenn,
are simply too busy? If so, WILL you be registering as a 'member'?

Or do you think it just a trick to gain access to one's IP address?

Tell me Eagle, WHY does Graham choose to be unfriendly towards BD? Is
it, do you think, solely because of the drugs he takes - or is it
something else besides?

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  #58  
Old October 24th 13, 01:18 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.basics,microsoft.public.test.here
FromTheRafters[_2_]
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On Thu, 24 Oct 2013 12:33:14 +0100
~BD~ wrote:

Eagle wrote:
~BD~ explained on 10/19/2013 :
G. Morgan wrote:
~BD~ wrote:

Kerry has refused to be my Facebook friend! :-(

That's because FB friends are usually reserved for um, friends.

It seems that you /always/ take me seriously, Master Morgan! ;-)

As RonNNN has mentioned today, your drug taking will have dulled your
psyche for sure. Enjoy what little life you have left, in the best way
that you possibly can.


Dave, what ronnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn says isn't worth the fart it
takes to pronounce his name. Pay no attention to the little maggot, and
just use his hand to wipe your ass. Just be sure his fingers are tucked
in or you might get a surprise.



That's rather rude and uncalled for Eagle - IMO, anyway.

My ploy was to get G.Morgan to follow the link in the signature block of
Mr Kerry Brown. It no longer provides a route to the 'BBS forum' as it
used to:-

http://web.archive.org/web/200712050....vistahelp.ca/

I also note that *you* - one of Graham's closest on-line pals, have not
yet signed up on *his* new phpBB. Is that simply because you, like Jenn,
are simply too busy? If so, WILL you be registering as a 'member'?

Or do you think it just a trick to gain access to one's IP address?

Tell me Eagle, WHY does Graham choose to be unfriendly towards BD? Is
it, do you think, solely because of the drugs he takes - or is it
something else besides?


Ray thinks it is because you refer to yourself in the third person, but
Ray is often wrong.
  #59  
Old October 24th 13, 01:37 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.basics,microsoft.public.test.here
~BD~[_6_]
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FromTheRafters wrote:
On Thu, 24 Oct 2013 12:33:14 +0100
~BD~ wrote:

Eagle wrote:
~BD~ explained on 10/19/2013 :
G. Morgan wrote:
~BD~ wrote:

Kerry has refused to be my Facebook friend! :-(

That's because FB friends are usually reserved for um, friends.

It seems that you /always/ take me seriously, Master Morgan! ;-)

As RonNNN has mentioned today, your drug taking will have dulled your
psyche for sure. Enjoy what little life you have left, in the best way
that you possibly can.

Dave, what ronnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn says isn't worth the fart it
takes to pronounce his name. Pay no attention to the little maggot, and
just use his hand to wipe your ass. Just be sure his fingers are tucked
in or you might get a surprise.



That's rather rude and uncalled for Eagle - IMO, anyway.

My ploy was to get G.Morgan to follow the link in the signature block of
Mr Kerry Brown. It no longer provides a route to the 'BBS forum' as it
used to:-

http://web.archive.org/web/200712050....vistahelp.ca/

I also note that *you* - one of Graham's closest on-line pals, have not
yet signed up on *his* new phpBB. Is that simply because you, like Jenn,
are simply too busy? If so, WILL you be registering as a 'member'?

Or do you think it just a trick to gain access to one's IP address?

Tell me Eagle, WHY does Graham choose to be unfriendly towards BD? Is
it, do you think, solely because of the drugs he takes - or is it
something else besides?


Ray thinks it is because you refer to yourself in the third person, but
Ray is often wrong.


Ray?

Ray who?

Btw, Good Morning, FTR! :-)

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  #60  
Old October 27th 13, 01:15 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.basics,microsoft.public.test.here
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~BD~ wrote:

My ploy


Maybe that's why you get negative responses from me, always a ploy with
you - eh?

If I want DE's IP, I'll ask for it. No need to trick him.

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