Huge Vulnerability I came across

Discussion in 'other firewalls' started by falkor, May 9, 2010.

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  1. falkor

    falkor Registered Member

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    1 word : Matousec !!! He makes people worry too much because he wants his light to shine bright . Do not let him make you feel vulnerable . He finds them so I found one of my own . You can trust me AT LEAST as much as you trust him . Enough said . Watch out for this one . It is huge !!:D :D :cool:
     
  2. The Hammer

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    I'm not sure what that says about you , one way or the other. But bring it on.:doubt:
     
  3. JoeBlack40

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    Enlighten us please.:doubt:
     
  4. Sully

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    Let me guess, you found a raw socket that is both stealthed and closed masquerading as an open port that is hidden in the udp packets of svchost, that connects to M$ home planet, to send personal data such as how many times I have clicked the "ok" button. Surely you will next say that because I don't have a hips, an application firewall, an AV, an AM, an AS, a behavioural blocker, prevx, md, dw, outpost, opera, LUA, panda, norton, OA, agent orange, pixie dust, a tab of LSD and most certainly because I don't sport a comodo product of any kind, that I am going to get a virus/trojan/spyware/malware that is going to nuke my hdd by writing 0's across every bit.

    I knew it, I just knew it. I have been saying to myself for the last few weeks "Self, this computer is taking exactly .0037 parsecs too long to boot, I think I might be vulnerable". I quickly picked up my trusty cassette tape player/recorder, vintage 78' and recorded my assertations so that future societies might know of this conspiracy. Here is a transcript, from the original Klingon into human of course:

    "Capitans log: stargate 2010 -- it
    appears to me that
    an alien life form
    is trying to
    take
    over
    my
    ship
    erm- machine.
    I
    am sending
    firstofficerComodo
    to
    inspect
    the situation"

    Well, now that everyone knows, I need to get down to the store ASAP and get a few hundred rolls of aluminum foil. It might be a long night. I heard that there is a Xena:Warrior Princess marathon on late tonight, so I want to be ready.

    :D :D :D

    Sul.
     
  5. JoeBlack40

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    LOL :D :D :D
    That was funny :D
     
  6. BJStone

    BJStone Registered Member

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    Fascinating!
     
  7. Page42

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    Best candidate I've seen in quite awhile for a locked thread. :thumbd:
     
  8. doktornotor

    doktornotor Registered Member

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    How did you know? Oh noes, gotcha! :blink: :eek: :D
     

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  9. sunoracle

    sunoracle Registered Member

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    I agree. Microsoft is one giant planet-sized vulnerability.

    On the other hand, it would be very lonely here at Wilders without Microsoft and their wonderful software products. :)
     
  10. G1111

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    Long thread about this here: https://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=271968
     
  11. BJStone

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    Ah yes, that one again: now the worlds goes down.
     
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