SPYWAREBLASTER in spite....

Discussion in 'SpywareBlaster & Other Forum' started by zdenko, Feb 17, 2003.

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  1. zdenko
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    zdenko Registered Member

    In spite of being defended by SPYWAREBLASTER my Ad Aware6 FOUND today in my registry FIVE Lop.com. dataminers..I was amazed because I thought Spyblaster gives me protection..It had no less than 6 Lop coms in its system that were supposed to shield me against this dangerous parasite maker lop.com.

    I had Spyblaster refreshed every day and it was updated 3 times after I downloaded it..But now I am NOT so sure..How is Spyblaster supposed to defend me against parasites?Someting like HOSTFILE lists against adds?In that case those 170 names really cant doi much..My hostfile has about 20.000 sites and still is NOT eliminating all ads but it is working quitte nice...

    Well I am interested in Javacools comment to this..
    Zdenko
  2. Pieter_Arntz
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    Pieter_Arntz Spyware Veteran

    Hi zdenko,

    Here is a list of all known lop domains:

    working four-letter clone domains:

    aavc.com acjp.com ebch.com ebdv.com
    ebdw.com ebjp.com ebkn.com ebky.com
    eblv.com ebmu.com ebvr.com ecmh.com
    ecpm.com ecwz.com ecyb.com eduy.com
    eeev.com ibmx.com icwb.com icwo.com
    icwp.com iddh.com idhh.com ifiz.com
    iguu.com samz.com saoe.com sbjr.com
    sbnl.com sbnt.com sbvr.com scbm.com
    sckr.com scrk.com sdry.com seld.com
    sfux.com sipo.com smds.com srib.com
    srox.com srsf.com ssaw.com ssby.com
    surj.com tbvg.com tdak.com tdko.com
    tdmy.com tefs.com tfil.com thko.com
    tjar.com tjaw.com tjdo.com tjem.com
    tjgo.com torc.com wabq.com wabu.com
    wbkb.com wfix.com wflu.com

    List of other clone domains

    1ticket.com
    bigtaco.org
    carmileage.com
    carwheel.com
    cashclerk.com
    cashcontract.com
    closefit.com
    cmonkey.org
    colorcamera.com
    excretor.net
    farse.com
    lolita-moviez.ath.cz
    lop.com
    medicinecase.com
    ohyea.org
    passthrough.org
    sheat.com
    stinkypussy.org
    supafreak.org
    sweetbuns.net
    toilet2.co.uk
    unhad.com


    Thnx Tony for your research. :)

    Since SpywareBlaster can only protect you against the ActiveX elements of known lop.com installations you might want to add SpywareGuard to your protection, which AFAIK would protect you against all known lop.com variants. However, they are very active in creating new variants, so surfing on the dangerous side may still get you in trouble.

    Regards,

    Pieter

    Added lots more. Thnx to Andrew Clover.
  3. zdenko
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    zdenko Registered Member

    Hi Pieter,

    Yes U are right I should activate Spywareguard which was a bit forgotten..Thanks for Your very informative reply..

    regards zdenko
  4. redwolfe_98
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    redwolfe_98 Registered Member

    spywareblaster only disables the spyware, it does not prevent the spyware from being installed.
  5. Pieter_Arntz
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    Pieter_Arntz Spyware Veteran

    Hi redwolfe_98,

    I think you're mistaking: http://www.wilderssecurity.com/spywareblaster.html
    It cannot stop all spyware because not all depend on ActiveX installations but it stops those that do from installing.

    Regards,

    Pieter
  6. zdenko
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  7. javacool
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    javacool BrightFort Moderator

    Actually, SpywareBlaster's main/original purpose was to prevent the install of ActiveX-based spyware.

    The fact that the same technique can also disable the spyware is just an added bonus. :)

    Best regards,

    -Javacool
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