Re: [Blind Access Journal] Red Alert: Don't Let Audio Magic Cast An Evil Spell on Your Computer!

  • From: Steve Holmes <steve@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: blindcasting@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 20 Mar 2006 10:01:57 -0700

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But I think it should be passed on to such developers anyway.  After
all, there's probably a code pattern here that could be included in
virsus definitions so future attempts could be caught in advance.  I
mean, this bastard might cast his pearls to broader targets next time.
We could provide a service to the greater community by sharing these
things to anti virus developers.  It surprises me that tse go

On Sat, Mar 18, 2006 at 02:32:13PM -0700, BlindTech of BlindTechs.Net wrote:
> In all due respect, I believe this person is particularly targeting  
> blind consumers, and I know this is going to sound like a wrong thing  
> to say, but. we are two small of a market for the anti virus  
> companies to care about defining this guys mean tricks as true  
> harmful virises. because the only ones he is targeting is us. because  
> thhese are suposed accessible tools that he is suposed providing us  
> with.
> this is why it is always good to not trust everything that is  
> offered.  the
> BlindTech of BlindTechs.Net
> blindtech@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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> On Mar 18, 2006, at 1:41 PM, Shane Davidson wrote:
> >has anyone taken the steps necessary to get it to virus venders to  
> >get it into there virus databases?
> >This fuckers dangerous and we need to make symantic and other virus  
> >makers aware of it so they can get a fix out for it!
> >Shane
> >

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