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Microsoft scrambles to fix worst Windows issue 'in recent memory'

Published May 11, 2017

Theres a hole in Windows big enough that Microsoft did an emergency
fix this week.



I remain, as always, unafraid and unconcerned; for I am FULLY CLOAKED.

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Skeet wrote:
On Mon, 15 May 2017 19:56:53 -0400, "Sir Gregory Hall, Esq."
wrote:

On Mon, 15 May 2017 16:40:15 -0700, "Checkmate, DoW #1"
wrote:
In article ,
says...
On 5/15/2017 2:37 AM, burfordTjustice wrote:
Microsoft scrambles to fix worst Windows issue 'in recent memory'

Published May 11, 2017

There?s a hole in Windows big enough that Microsoft did an
emergency fix this week.

I remain, as always, unafraid and unconcerned; for I am FULLY
CLOAKED.

It's probably their POS Windows 10.


Have you noticed how many of the news reports
keep saying to install ALL the available updates
and to keep installing them as they come out
or better yet allow automatic updates.

It could be that I have a suspicious mind about
things like this but it wouldn't surprise me one
bit of one or more of these so-called security
updates or patches actually make it easier for
the government spy agencies to access your
computer in order to spy and collect all your
data.

This current ransom ware hype by the press seems
contrived to me so I will continue to not install
any updates. A clean install of Windows without
any of the updates works faster, cleaner and has
no problems that I can see.



From what I got the older versions of windows that Microshaft no
longer does updates for were targeted. So Microshaft rushed out a
bunch of updates for those systems. I dunno, I guess teh hackers don't
like me, I never get that ****.


all i ever get is PUPS but nothing ever in an e-mail ,
my server takes care of all that security
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On Mon, 15 May 2017 18:09:28 -0600, Skeet wrote:
On Mon, 15 May 2017 19:56:53 -0400, "Sir Gregory Hall, Esq."
wrote:
On Mon, 15 May 2017 16:40:15 -0700, "Checkmate, DoW #1" wrote:
In article , says...
On 5/15/2017 2:37 AM, burfordTjustice wrote:
Microsoft scrambles to fix worst Windows issue 'in recent memory'

Published May 11, 2017

There?s a hole in Windows big enough that Microsoft did an emergency
fix this week.

I remain, as always, unafraid and unconcerned; for I am FULLY CLOAKED.

It's probably their POS Windows 10.


Have you noticed how many of the news reports
keep saying to install ALL the available updates
and to keep installing them as they come out
or better yet allow automatic updates.

It could be that I have a suspicious mind about
things like this but it wouldn't surprise me one
bit of one or more of these so-called security
updates or patches actually make it easier for
the government spy agencies to access your
computer in order to spy and collect all your
data.

This current ransom ware hype by the press seems
contrived to me so I will continue to not install
any updates. A clean install of Windows without
any of the updates works faster, cleaner and has
no problems that I can see.



From what I got the older versions of windows that Microshaft no
longer does updates for were targeted. So Microshaft rushed out a
bunch of updates for those systems. I dunno, I guess teh hackers don't
like me, I never get that ****.


If I understand the propaganda correctly,
the malware is NOT installed just because
one connects to the Internet. It first
gets installed on one computer on a LAN
or WLAN because some fool fell for a Phishing
email and clicked on a link provided. This
link takes them to a website that looks
like what it's supposed to be but it actually
installs the malware at that time.

Then, once one computer on a network is
infected, it spreads to other computers on
the network. That's why it's hospitals,
govt. agencies, etc that are getting infected.

It's moron people falling for Phishing email.

--

"Being both astute and erudite, I say a man not
mince words in order to spare the sensibilities
of the thin-skinned and the ignorant."
--Sir Gregory Hall, Esq.


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On Mon, 15 May 2017 20:21:22 -0400, "Sir Gregory Hall, Esq."
wrote:


If I understand the propaganda correctly,
the malware is NOT installed just because
one connects to the Internet. It first
gets installed on one computer on a LAN
or WLAN because some fool fell for a Phishing
email and clicked on a link provided.


Exactly. Tips from cybersecurity analyst Morgan Wright

http://video.foxnews.com/v/5434940026001/?playlist_id=930909808001#sp=show-clips

Morgan keeps telling people this but people take the bait.
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On Mon, 15 May 2017 18:30:16 -0600, Skeet wrote:
On Mon, 15 May 2017 20:21:22 -0400, "Sir Gregory Hall, Esq."
wrote:
On Mon, 15 May 2017 18:09:28 -0600, Skeet wrote:
On Mon, 15 May 2017 19:56:53 -0400, "Sir Gregory Hall, Esq."
wrote:
On Mon, 15 May 2017 16:40:15 -0700, "Checkmate, DoW #1" wrote:
In article , says...
On 5/15/2017 2:37 AM, burfordTjustice wrote:
Microsoft scrambles to fix worst Windows issue 'in recent memory'

Published May 11, 2017

There?s a hole in Windows big enough that Microsoft did an emergency
fix this week.

I remain, as always, unafraid and unconcerned; for I am FULLY CLOAKED.

It's probably their POS Windows 10.

Have you noticed how many of the news reports
keep saying to install ALL the available updates
and to keep installing them as they come out
or better yet allow automatic updates.

It could be that I have a suspicious mind about
things like this but it wouldn't surprise me one
bit of one or more of these so-called security
updates or patches actually make it easier for
the government spy agencies to access your
computer in order to spy and collect all your
data.

This current ransom ware hype by the press seems
contrived to me so I will continue to not install
any updates. A clean install of Windows without
any of the updates works faster, cleaner and has
no problems that I can see.


From what I got the older versions of windows that Microshaft no
longer does updates for were targeted. So Microshaft rushed out a
bunch of updates for those systems. I dunno, I guess teh hackers don't
like me, I never get that ****.


If I understand the propaganda correctly,
the malware is NOT installed just because
one connects to the Internet. It first
gets installed on one computer on a LAN
or WLAN because some fool fell for a Phishing
email and clicked on a link provided. This
link takes them to a website that looks
like what it's supposed to be but it actually
installs the malware at that time.

Then, once one computer on a network is
infected, it spreads to other computers on
the network. That's why it's hospitals,
govt. agencies, etc that are getting infected.

It's moron people falling for Phishing email.



You mean like Hillarys cronies did?


Yah, like that moron Podesta.

--

"Being both astute and erudite, I say a man not
mince words in order to spare the sensibilities
of the thin-skinned and the ignorant."
--Sir Gregory Hall, Esq.
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Warning! Always wear ANSI approved safety goggles when reading posts by
Checkmate! In article ,
says...



On Mon, 15 May 2017 16:40:15 -0700, "Checkmate, DoW #1" wrote:
In article ,
says...
On 5/15/2017 2:37 AM, burfordTjustice wrote:
Microsoft scrambles to fix worst Windows issue 'in recent memory'

Published May 11, 2017

There?s a hole in Windows big enough that Microsoft did an emergency
fix this week.

I remain, as always, unafraid and unconcerned; for I am FULLY CLOAKED.


It's probably their POS Windows 10.


Have you noticed how many of the news reports
keep saying to install ALL the available updates
and to keep installing them as they come out
or better yet allow automatic updates.

It could be that I have a suspicious mind about
things like this but it wouldn't surprise me one
bit of one or more of these so-called security
updates or patches actually make it easier for
the government spy agencies to access your
computer in order to spy and collect all your
data.

This current ransom ware hype by the press seems
contrived to me so I will continue to not install
any updates. A clean install of Windows without
any of the updates works faster, cleaner and has
no problems that I can see.


Microsoft has been known to send updates that cause your computer to
phone home, even if you previously set it up not to. I don't think
they even give you an option in Windows 10. If you use the Internet,
the Government has all your tracks archived in metadata already. They
can't possibly keep up with analyzing that much data, but they can set
up search parameters for their super computers that can easily sift
through all those archives and single you out, as well as everything
you've ever searched for, everyone you've ever talked to, what kind of
websites you go to, what you purchase online... you name it, they have
access to it, if they want to know. They probably know more about us
than we consciously do. Google, Facebook and all the rest are
Government spies by proxy, and it's all perfectly "legal"

Then there's facial recognition being widely implemented with public
surveillance cameras everywhere. Google "Trapwire" for starters.

There are numerous articles about this, but this one will give you the
creeps:

http://money.cnn.com/2014/09/16/tech...ty/fbi-facial-
recognition/

Oh... they can also remotely turn your cell phone on for you, and get
your GPS coordinates.

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On Mon, 15 May 2017 17:55:06 -0700, "Checkmate, DoW #1" wrote:

...

Microsoft has been known to send updates that cause your computer to
phone home, even if you previously set it up not to. I don't think
they even give you an option in Windows 10. If you use the Internet,
the Government has all your tracks archived in metadata already. They
can't possibly keep up with analyzing that much data, but they can set
up search parameters for their super computers that can easily sift
through all those archives and single you out, as well as everything
you've ever searched for, everyone you've ever talked to, what kind of
websites you go to, what you purchase online... you name it, they have
access to it, if they want to know. They probably know more about us
than we consciously do. Google, Facebook and all the rest are
Government spies by proxy, and it's all perfectly "legal"

Then there's facial recognition being widely implemented with public
surveillance cameras everywhere. Google "Trapwire" for starters.

There are numerous articles about this, but this one will give you the
creeps:

http://money.cnn.com/2014/09/16/tech...l-recognition/

Oh... they can also remotely turn your cell phone on for you, and get
your GPS coordinates.


The *******S! It's a good thing I have a spotless record.

--

"Being both astute and erudite, I say a man not
mince words in order to spare the sensibilities
of the thin-skinned and the ignorant."
--Sir Gregory Hall, Esq.
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Warning! Always wear ANSI approved safety goggles when reading posts by
Checkmate! In article ,
says...



On Mon, 15 May 2017 17:55:06 -0700, "Checkmate, DoW #1" wrote:

...

Microsoft has been known to send updates that cause your computer to
phone home, even if you previously set it up not to. I don't think
they even give you an option in Windows 10. If you use the Internet,
the Government has all your tracks archived in metadata already. They
can't possibly keep up with analyzing that much data, but they can set
up search parameters for their super computers that can easily sift
through all those archives and single you out, as well as everything
you've ever searched for, everyone you've ever talked to, what kind of
websites you go to, what you purchase online... you name it, they have
access to it, if they want to know. They probably know more about us
than we consciously do. Google, Facebook and all the rest are
Government spies by proxy, and it's all perfectly "legal"

Then there's facial recognition being widely implemented with public
surveillance cameras everywhere. Google "Trapwire" for starters.

There are numerous articles about this, but this one will give you the
creeps:

http://money.cnn.com/2014/09/16/tech...l-recognition/

Oh... they can also remotely turn your cell phone on for you, and get
your GPS coordinates.


The *******S! It's a good thing I have a spotless record.


It's lucky for you it's no longer illegal to be gay!

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Skeet wrote:
On Mon, 15 May 2017 18:18:37 -0700, "Checkmate, DoW #1"
wrote:

Warning! Always wear ANSI approved safety goggles when reading posts
by Checkmate! In article
,
says...



On Mon, 15 May 2017 17:55:06 -0700, "Checkmate, DoW #1"
wrote:

...

Microsoft has been known to send updates that cause your computer
to phone home, even if you previously set it up not to. I don't
think they even give you an option in Windows 10. If you use the
Internet, the Government has all your tracks archived in metadata
already. They can't possibly keep up with analyzing that much
data, but they can set up search parameters for their super
computers that can easily sift through all those archives and
single you out, as well as everything you've ever searched for,
everyone you've ever talked to, what kind of websites you go to,
what you purchase online... you name it, they have access to it,
if they want to know. They probably know more about us than we
consciously do. Google, Facebook and all the rest are Government
spies by proxy, and it's all perfectly "legal"

Then there's facial recognition being widely implemented with
public surveillance cameras everywhere. Google "Trapwire" for
starters.

There are numerous articles about this, but this one will give you
the creeps:

http://money.cnn.com/2014/09/16/tech...l-recognition/

Oh... they can also remotely turn your cell phone on for you, and
get your GPS coordinates.

The *******S! It's a good thing I have a spotless record.


It's lucky for you it's no longer illegal to be gay!



LOL (tm)


i invented lol

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Warning! Always wear ANSI approved safety goggles when reading posts by
Checkmate! In article ,
says...



Skeet wrote:
On Mon, 15 May 2017 18:18:37 -0700, "Checkmate, DoW #1"
wrote:

Warning! Always wear ANSI approved safety goggles when reading posts
by Checkmate! In article
,
says...



On Mon, 15 May 2017 17:55:06 -0700, "Checkmate, DoW #1"
wrote:

...

Microsoft has been known to send updates that cause your computer
to phone home, even if you previously set it up not to. I don't
think they even give you an option in Windows 10. If you use the
Internet, the Government has all your tracks archived in metadata
already. They can't possibly keep up with analyzing that much
data, but they can set up search parameters for their super
computers that can easily sift through all those archives and
single you out, as well as everything you've ever searched for,
everyone you've ever talked to, what kind of websites you go to,
what you purchase online... you name it, they have access to it,
if they want to know. They probably know more about us than we
consciously do. Google, Facebook and all the rest are Government
spies by proxy, and it's all perfectly "legal"

Then there's facial recognition being widely implemented with
public surveillance cameras everywhere. Google "Trapwire" for
starters.

There are numerous articles about this, but this one will give you
the creeps:

http://money.cnn.com/2014/09/16/tech...l-recognition/

Oh... they can also remotely turn your cell phone on for you, and
get your GPS coordinates.

The *******S! It's a good thing I have a spotless record.

It's lucky for you it's no longer illegal to be gay!



LOL (tm)


i invented lol


Greg invented gay.

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On Monday, May 15, 2017 at 5:16:42 PM UTC-7, % wrote:
Skeet wrote:
On Mon, 15 May 2017 19:56:53 -0400, "Sir Gregory Hall, Esq."
wrote:

On Mon, 15 May 2017 16:40:15 -0700, "Checkmate, DoW #1"
wrote:
In article ,
says...
On 5/15/2017 2:37 AM, burfordTjustice wrote:
Microsoft scrambles to fix worst Windows issue 'in recent memory'

Published May 11, 2017

There?s a hole in Windows big enough that Microsoft did an
emergency fix this week.

I remain, as always, unafraid and unconcerned; for I am FULLY
CLOAKED.

It's probably their POS Windows 10.

Have you noticed how many of the news reports
keep saying to install ALL the available updates
and to keep installing them as they come out
or better yet allow automatic updates.

It could be that I have a suspicious mind about
things like this but it wouldn't surprise me one
bit of one or more of these so-called security
updates or patches actually make it easier for
the government spy agencies to access your
computer in order to spy and collect all your
data.

This current ransom ware hype by the press seems
contrived to me so I will continue to not install
any updates. A clean install of Windows without
any of the updates works faster, cleaner and has
no problems that I can see.



From what I got the older versions of windows that Microshaft no
longer does updates for were targeted. So Microshaft rushed out a
bunch of updates for those systems. I dunno, I guess teh hackers don't
like me, I never get that ****.


all i ever get is PUPS but nothing ever in an e-mail ,
my server takes care of all that security


Microsoft did not rush any updates out for their old systems.
They issued the patches the first week of March. Dummy
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