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azelmj



Joined: 13 Jul 2008
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alt/ctr/del x2 in XP?? try it and you will know what it does.. Very Happy
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mickcaulton



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Re. Whats the point in doing microsofts job for them ? ?
Well someone from microsoft saw that i had found this problem and contacted me. It turns out it had not been descovered as yet. I have just cashed a check from microsoft for my patch ( which they will never use as they can make one ten time better ) the check was more for the method in witch i was bypasing the password system. So it can pay to keep ploding on with someone elses work. Felt real good to know that they have now payed for the software that i bought. and then some...
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Zaffron



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I am pretty sure I know what a batch is, so go fuck yourself. -_-
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knubbze



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Re. Whats the point in doing microsofts job for them ? ?
Well someone from microsoft saw that i had found this problem and contacted me. It turns out it had not been descovered as yet. I have just cashed a check from microsoft for my patch ( which they will never use as they can make one ten time better ) the check was more for the method in witch i was bypasing the password system. So it can pay to keep ploding on with someone elses work. Felt real good to know that they have now payed for the software that i bought. and then some...


Epic fail troll. And please, please, try to not to violate and abuse the English orthography like that Sad.
Sun May 17, 2009 10:38 am View user's profile Send private message
abcvirus



Joined: 12 Apr 2009
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Location: At my Poor computer playing at being intelligent (omg big wurd)

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mickcaulton wrote:
Re. Whats the point in doing microsofts job for them ? ?
Well someone from microsoft saw that i had found this problem and contacted me. It turns out it had not been descovered as yet. I have just cashed a check from microsoft for my patch ( which they will never use as they can make one ten time better ) the check was more for the method in witch i was bypasing the password system. So it can pay to keep ploding on with someone elses work. Felt real good to know that they have now payed for the software that i bought. and then some...


MICROSOFT CORPS. are just playing nice with you....
They don't want "Problems" to spread like wildfire... Because they care about their jobs and don't want to lose millions.... Wink

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HARHARHARIMARETARD Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy that uses way too much Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing 's YAY?! user:abcvirus is user:retarded User:abcvirus 886064eg4n5 <---------------------- MY PASS! I'M A FUCKING NOOB!
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plope0726



Joined: 15 Dec 2008
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abcvirus wrote:
mickcaulton wrote:
Re. Whats the point in doing microsofts job for them ? ?
Well someone from microsoft saw that i had found this problem and contacted me. It turns out it had not been descovered as yet. I have just cashed a check from microsoft for my patch ( which they will never use as they can make one ten time better ) the check was more for the method in witch i was bypasing the password system. So it can pay to keep ploding on with someone elses work. Felt real good to know that they have now payed for the software that i bought. and then some...



I don't quite understand how Microsoft found out that you found this alleged vulnerability or why they would bother to call you to pay you for it rather than just patch it themselves and be done. If they did in fact call you and pay you, which I find hard to believe, it would have been more likely to keep quiet on the details. If your vulnerability had been used for malicious purposes, you would likely be facing law suits and possible criminal charges. Microsoft isn't fond of people exposing vulnerabilities in their products. Their history with situations like this is evidence of that.
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abcvirus



Joined: 12 Apr 2009
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plope0726 wrote:
abcvirus wrote:
mickcaulton wrote:
Re. Whats the point in doing microsofts job for them ? ?
Well someone from microsoft saw that i had found this problem and contacted me. It turns out it had not been descovered as yet. I have just cashed a check from microsoft for my patch ( which they will never use as they can make one ten time better ) the check was more for the method in witch i was bypasing the password system. So it can pay to keep ploding on with someone elses work. Felt real good to know that they have now payed for the software that i bought. and then some...



I don't quite understand how Microsoft found out that you found this alleged vulnerability or why they would bother to call you to pay you for it rather than just patch it themselves and be done. If they did in fact call you and pay you, which I find hard to believe, it would have been more likely to keep quiet on the details. If your vulnerability had been used for malicious purposes, you would likely be facing law suits and possible criminal charges. Microsoft isn't fond of people exposing vulnerabilities in their products. Their history with situations like this is evidence of that.


one of those "silly" scam/rewards they (microsoft) use to shut people up...
Microsoft don't like news of *new* valenerabilty all over the internet.... or common people see how they fails... (We as Computer savvy people, don't make those common mistakes)

During the time of recession, they put the *cute* look to disguise (being nice) to sell products...
Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing

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sorryplopethesiggywastoolongandilikeminebetter:P
HARHARHARIMARETARD Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy that uses way too much Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing 's YAY?! user:abcvirus is user:retarded User:abcvirus 886064eg4n5 <---------------------- MY PASS! I'M A FUCKING NOOB!
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WhiteKnight



Joined: 15 Aug 2008
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abcvirus wrote:
plope0726 wrote:
abcvirus wrote:
mickcaulton wrote:
Re. Whats the point in doing microsofts job for them ? ?
Well someone from microsoft saw that i had found this problem and contacted me. It turns out it had not been descovered as yet. I have just cashed a check from microsoft for my patch ( which they will never use as they can make one ten time better ) the check was more for the method in witch i was bypasing the password system. So it can pay to keep ploding on with someone elses work. Felt real good to know that they have now payed for the software that i bought. and then some...



I don't quite understand how Microsoft found out that you found this alleged vulnerability or why they would bother to call you to pay you for it rather than just patch it themselves and be done. If they did in fact call you and pay you, which I find hard to believe, it would have been more likely to keep quiet on the details. If your vulnerability had been used for malicious purposes, you would likely be facing law suits and possible criminal charges. Microsoft isn't fond of people exposing vulnerabilities in their products. Their history with situations like this is evidence of that.


one of those "silly" scam/rewards they (microsoft) use to shut people up...
Microsoft don't like news of *new* valenerabilty all over the internet.... or common people see how they fails... (We as Computer savvy people, don't make those common mistakes)

During the time of recession, they put the *cute* look to disguise (being nice) to sell products...
Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing


And I assume you haven't work in a corporation. Smile

At a few years developing your product, you start selling it.

After a few months, it all over the bit torrent and filled with exposed venerability. How would that make you feel?

Your product is a waste of time and money when that happen.

That what happen to Microsoft and how hard they're trying to stop it.
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