SONY throws in the towel ... for now.

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  1. J at A

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    ;)
    Did any BOClean user actually have a look at the Covered Trojans list?
    Can also be looked at here:
    http://www.nsclean.com/trolist.html

    You would have seen this:
    7379. SONYROOTDRM
    7380. SONYROOTKIT
    7381. SONYROOTKIT2
     
  3. J at A

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    PS:

    In some way I have to make apologies:
    I suppose there are more than one threads here at the Wilders board concerning the Sony-DRM-rootkit issue.
    I haven't read all those threads, nor did I collect all the links to those threads.....
     
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    Hi The Hammer,

    Yes, I saw it too that Kevin mentioned that.
    At the moment I am not sure about the answer...
    (sorry, I'm not home for awhile now).

    Cheers, Jan.
     
  6. boycott_Sony

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    And a quote from Kevin:
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    We will make a FREE removal tool available as time permits as SONY appears to be making IST, CoolWebSearch and Aurora look like the good guys.


    Yes, and now that Sony has led the way they'll all be using these rootkit tricks more than likely.

    I won't be buying any Sony products for some time after this BS!
     
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