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  1. Due to negligence by it's owner, the once great and mighty spywareinfo.com, has been lost as a trusted source for any type of malware info or removal. It was put up for auction and bought by: Registrant: Moniker Privacy Services 20 SW 27th Ave. Suite 201 Pompano Beach, FL 33069 United States Registered through: GoDaddy.com, Inc. (http://www.godaddy.com) Domain Name: SPYWAREINFO.COM Created on: 25-Oct-01 Expires on: 25-Oct-09 Last Updated on: 09-Dec-08 Administrative Contact: Admin, DNS [email protected] Moniker Privacy Services 20 SW 27th Ave. Suite 201 Pompano Beach, FL 33069 United States 4843219180 Fax -- Technical Contact: Admin, DNS [email protected] Moniker Privacy Services 20 SW 27th Ave. Suite 201 Pompano Beach, FL 33069 United States 4843219180 Fax -- Domain servers in listed order: NS1.PARKINGPANEL.COM NS2.PARKINGPANEL.COM Info provided by hpHosts Online Additional miscreants on same IP: 1 acetraining.com EMD Details 2 admin.instme.biz EMD Details 3 asianwestboy.com EMD Details 4 azazz.com EMD Details 5 bananavids.com EMD Details 6 berkley.com EMD Details 7 boricuasonline.com EMD Details 8 lustboyvideo.com EMD Details 9 park.parkingpanel.com GRM Details 10 sex-festival.com EMD Details 11 spywareinfo.com FSA Details 12 swordplay.com EMD Details 13 winspywarescanner.com EMD Details 14 wotevamale.com EMD Details 15 <a href="hxxp://www.berkley.com" target="_blank">http://www.berkley.com</a> EMD Details 16 <a href="hxxp://www.ebdw.com" target="_blank">http://www.ebdw.com</a> EMD Details 17 <a href="hxxp://www.forced-guys.com" target="_blank">http://www.forced-guys.com</a> EMD Details 18 <a href="hxxp://www.searchcluster.com" target="_blank">http://www.searchcluster.com</a> EMD Details 19 <a href="hxxp://www.spywareinfo.com" target="_blank">http://www.spywareinfo.com</a> FSA Details 20 <a href="hxxp://www.sunnyvirgins.com" target="_blank">http://www.sunnyvirgins.com</a> Source:hpHosts Users are cautioned to delete all older bookmarks and use the new domain: SpywareInfoForums.info
  2. Pretty fair amount of improvements if you're a non IE user and supposedly there are many more but they chose not to list them all. The new GUI is indeed an improvement over the other. Always a good product.
  3. SpywareBlaster 4.0 has been released! Prevent the installation of spyware and other potentially unwanted software! New in this version: Full Vista support Protection for Netscape Protection for Seamonkey Protection for Flock A brand-new user interface Various feature and protection enhancements Further optimizations to every part of the program And lots of other bug fixes and requested tweaks Provides Protection for the Following BrowsersInternet Explorerand any browsers that use the Internet Explorer engine, including: AOL web browser Avant Browser Slim Browser Maxthon (formerly MyIE2) Also:Mozilla Firefox Netscape Seamonkey Flock This 4.0 release provides enhanced protection, performance, and bug fixes. UPDATING OPTIONS IN SPYWAREBLASTER SpywareBlaster still offers the built-in Check for Updates feature. This feature is completely free and allows you to keep up-to-date by clicking on a button in the SpywareBlaster interface. SpywareBlaster also offers SpywareBlaster AutoUpdate - a brand-new updating solution. Just set it up, and AutoUpdate will check at every system boot for the latest updates and enable the newest protection (other options are available). As much as we would like to provide auto-updating functionality for free, costs are simply too great to make it feasible. AutoUpdate functionality is $9.95 (US) per year, which helps to cover the bandwidth costs. The Check for Updates function remains completely free, as does SpywareBlaster. You only need to pay if you wish to have the extra convenience of AutoUpdate. SpywareBlaster is freeware. Download the latest version here We recommend using a clean install to upgrade to the 4.0 release. Clean Install Instructions: Open SpywareBlaster and press the "Disable All Protection" link under "Quick Tasks". Close SpywareBlaster. Go to Add/Remove Programs and uninstall the entry named "SpywareBlaster v3.5.1" Download the latest SpywareBlaster installer from here Follow prompts to install
  4. Ask Toolbar ToolbarSettings ActiveX Control Buffer Overflow Secunia Advisory More on this: Secunia Advisory: SA26960 Release Date: 2007-09-25 Last Update: 2007-09-28 Critical: Highly critical Impact: System access Where: From remote Solution Status: Unpatched Secunia Source: Corrine @ Security Garden Reason for posting this? See BillP, Developer Of WinPatrol Won't Sell Out, Zone Alarms Unwanted But 'Installed-By-Default' Toolbar and Well, this is interesting
  5. ComboFix rips this sucker right out, seeing as it's part and parcel of SurfSideKick. I have it right now on my test box. Ewido also sees it as Surfside, finds all the files listed and quarantines them.
  6. 08/26/2006 6,577 total items in the database, 20 new. Update via the application. Be sure to enable protection for the newly added items once you update the app. Note: If you use IE-SPYAD, Spybot Search & Destroy, SpywareGuide Blocklist, SpywareBlaster, a hosts file or any combination of those, please check all protections and re-enable as needed whenever any of the aforementioned is updated.
  7. Details for those interested: Hijacker + ISearchTech.PowerScan Malware + PestTrap + Search.AnyOfUs + Zlob.HostsKill + Zlob.Inverse + Smitfraud-C. (2) + CashDeluxe + Vcodec.Intcodec + Vcodec.eMedia + WinFixer2005 + ErrorSafe + Winsoftware.WinAntiVirusPro2006 + Zlob.HomepageMonitor Spyware + Targetsaver Trojan + Fraud.ProtectionBar + Zlob.IERedir + Vcodec + SpyQuake2 + Banker.Delf + PSW.Lineage + EbayBill.F + Win32.AdvertMen + Win32.Small.cjy + Zlob.Downloader + Zlob.XPasswordManager + Rightclick.Pcast Total: 314,623 fingerprints in 43,834 rules for 2,219 products. Note: If you use IE-SPYAD, Spybot Search & Destroy, SpywareGuide Blocklist, SpywareBlaster, a hosts file or any combination of those, please check all protections and re-enable as needed whenever any of the aforementioned is updated. More here
  8. Well it would seem the gentleman (loosely used) who PG has recently outed as doing business while ignoring not one but two TOS agreements has decided to post directly to PGs blog. Surely a mistake as he wasn't aware that unlike himself and the clowns at Zango, PG has quite a useful noggin....with quite a good working brain inside of it too. So sad, it's almost unfair, kind of like pitting Bruce Lee against Hop Sing, from Bonanza. Unfair maybe, but it also makes for one hell of a show!! Read about it over at Vital Security And be sure to check out the comments for a killer video.
  9. Zango Affiliate Ignores T.O.S From MySpace AND Zango In this interview the man behind all these Zango-MySpace profiles tells all about the big money he is making. $60,000.00 per month. You read that right, $60,000. He openly states that most of his visitors are between the ages of 13 and 18. Which would preclude any of them from consenting to install the Zango software. And these kids are visiting a number of his sites. A total of eight currently, generating somewhere in the neighborhood of 70,000 hits per day It's of no wonder the guy is getting rich eh? Cause we all know how many kids read EULAs. I won't even get into actually understanding them You can read more about this enterprising young man at PG's Vital Security
  10. Warner Bros., Zango & Kiddie Porn: The Real Facts Greynet Blog
  11. Lack of action is not the same thing as policing Full Read w\screen shots @ VitalSecurity.org
  12. Warner Bros. To Cut Link With Adware Firm Zango 'Inappropriate Material' Could Reach Children By Brian Krebs Special to The Washington Post Friday, July 28, 2006 Warner Bros. Studios, home to Bugs Bunny, Scooby Doo and Harry Potter, said yesterday that it plans to terminate a business relationship with Zango Inc., an adware company that has been offering free games on the Warner Bros. Web site in exchange for permission to install a computer program that could push advertisements and pornography. Zango is offering free downloads of games on a Warner Bros. Web page called "Fun Stuff" that appears to be for children. But when users click on the game, they're directed to a page that asks for permission to install on the computer a program called Zango Search Assistant. Hidden in the terms of agreement is the disclosure that users may receive adult-oriented ads through it. A Warner Bros. spokesperson could not say yesterday how soon the Zango link would be removed from the Warner Brothers site, adding that the companies were in a contractual agreement and that lawyers would have to be involved. Washinton Post Online
  13. Another chapter, this the latest in a series of amazing articles chronicling just how Zango pushes their software on MySpace. But this time we have a confirmed, (by Zango)legit email to one of thier affiliates on how to proceed and suggestions on how much to pay and how to link to other Zango sites. Things like moving gifs because according to the email, 'people love that ". And also mentioning adding in a karate guy doing flips, because it turns out that it's 'wayyyy more profitable' Here is a snippet from the email: So for all the posturing Zango has been doing you can only imagine how much this is going to twist the Zango PR guys shorts. And I bet he thought he was going to have the weekend off too. Guess again scum, because if there is one thing we all know is that Paperghost never takes time off. And is always honing his killer moves against adware bad guys. Full read w\links @ VitalSecurity
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