Discussion in 'SpywareBlaster & Other Forum' started by isheright, Jan 21, 2006.
Is it true?
No idea, but a shell/user MVP _is_not_ a security expert
IMHO Spywareblaster has served the users of IE very well as a very simple but yet a very adequate layer of protection.
As for the Forum thread you linked to....I fail to find the word junk in any of those posts.
I also fail to see the "security expert".
The actual word "junk" was not used, but I found " performs no useful function whatsoever" to be too long to put in a thread title. The person that posted the comments on Spywareblaster presents himself as a security expert and I wanted to know if his comments were true or not. Spywareblaster seems to work ok to me but I am not an expert.
Mr. Brett Callow's comments are useless.
1) he is not an security expert.
2) in fact, when i see his MVP record, he is a nobody.
No name, photo or biography abstract available.
Two options: he has something to hide, or there is nothing to hide because he's a nobody.
Take a look here at Mr. Brett Callow AKA as Brett Anonymous and you know what i mean:
that article is a bunch of crap, I think SpywareBlaster is great! What does that guy know? LOL!!
Separate names with a comma.