Shutdown Windows' Servers

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by WSFuser, Nov 30, 2005.

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  1. WSFuser

    WSFuser Registered Member

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    link; info:


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  2. securityx

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    I do believe you meant to type services in your headline. Shutting down Microsoft's servers may cause a bit of a problem with the folks in Rddmond. :)
     
  3. Bubba

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    The headline is regards to the name of the program....Shutdown Windows' servers

     
  4. securityx

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    Bubba,
    Yeah, I see that now. How weird. I am guessing it was made by programmers not real familiar with the English language. It doesn't make any sense using "servers" as opposed to "services." Strange.
     
  5. StevieO

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    Sorry Bubba i didn't realise this App had been posted before. Looks interesting though now that Samuria has gone !


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    I'm not so sure. It looks like the program is designed to stop services which provide server functionality for various TCP and UDP ports, and as such, strictly speaking, it should probably be called Shutdown Windows' Server Services, which is a bit of a mouthfull...

    Hell, the guy looks to be very familiar with English as he's got the elusive apostrophe is the right place in the name! ;)

    It looks like a useful app - I'll give it a whirl, although my PC is already pretty secure, having Windows Worms Doors Cleaner, Computer Security Tool and other such tweaks already in place.

    Has anyone else tried it?
     
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