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    MIRC ?

    Well thank you sir ! I also used way back when but forgot how it works.....I'll check out the guides ,maybe it will come back to me. Curious about what or if its being used for these days. Thanks for the links! sp1q
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    MIRC ?

    any MIRC users here ? I'm looking for getting started help. Like which servers , etc... to connect to for what. Any info would be appreciated Thanks, sp1q
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    Premium Link Generator [COMPLETED]

    Thanks for the input Raedwulf and Tech425 . I went with Real-Debrid and it seems to work really good so far.
  4. I was going to buy a month of Rapidshare due to some large files I wanted to download and I saw some Premium Link Generators that will do multiple host. Does anyone have any experience with these? A few I saw had monthly subscription rate close to what the file host want , but they work for 20 or 30 different hosts. I think Rapid Gator is the main one I know I will need but there are others I'm sure. Any recomends or warnings? thanks, sp1q
  5. Bigbenn, interesting approach!! I want to know more about the spy emergency and the deep freeze. Have you been using this setup successfully for very long? You know here in the USA they don't need to write laws to enable data collection, but then the laws don't really apply to the government agencies anyway.They take what they want and if is brought up or they are questioned by congress they just lie. If the lie comes out later no one cares and if they did it wouldn't matter, it's the government ! what are you going to do ! There is no difference between the bad guys(hackers that break in and steel your $$) and the countless government agencies that we thought were created to protect us, they are both breaking in and spying on us ,recording us , setting the stage for entrapment so they can steel anything they want from us including this so called freedom. The same people who watched the terrorist blow up buildings in New York ! Sorry about the rant here, it must have been the data collection thing. sp1q
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    Print friendly display

    if I want to print something from forum is there a print page tool that takes out some borders and high lighting on page? thanks, sp1q
  7. Netflix Is Dumping Anti-Virus, Presages Death Of An Industry For years, nails have been hammering down on the coffin of anti-virus. But none have really put the beast to bed. An industry founded in the 1980s, a time when John McAfee was known as a pioneer rather than a tequila-downing rascal, has survived despite the rise of umpteen firms who claim to offer services that eradicate the need for anti-virus. Now, however, movie streaming titan Netflix NFLX +7.81% is hammering a rather significant nail in that old coffin, one that could well lead to the industry’s final interment. Because Netflix, a well-known innovator in the tech sphere, is the first major web firm to openly dump its anti-virus, FORBES has learned. And where Netflix goes, others often follow; just look at the massive uptick of public cloud usage in recent years, following the company’s major investment in Amazon Web Services. Let’s take a second to look at the decline of the anti-virus industry. Anti-virus has been the first line of defence for many firms over the last quarter of a century. Generally speaking, AV relies on malware signatures and behavioural analysis to uncover threats to people’s PCs and smartphones. But in the last 10 years, research has indicated AV is rarely successful in detecting smart malware. In 2014, Lastline Labs discovered only 51 per cent of AV scanners were able to detect new malware samples. This image has been resized. Click this bar to view the full image. The original image is sized 640x426. Netflix is quitting anti-virus. Will its millions of users benefit? Despite its shortcomings, many are still required to keep hold of their AV product because they’re required to by compliance laws, in particular PCI DSS, the regulation covering payment card protections. There’s also the argument that AV is necessary to pick up the “background noise”, as Quocirca analyst Bob Tarzey describes it. “Despite more and more targeted attacks, random viruses are still rife and traditional AV is still good at dealing with these,” he claims. Major players, including Symantec SYMC +3.54% and Kaspersky, continue to make significant sums, even if results aren’t stellar. But it’s now possible to dump anti-virus altogether, and Netflix is about to prove it. The firm has found a vendor that covers those compliance demands in the form of SentinelOne. As SentinelOne CEO Tomer Weingarten told me, his firm was given third-party certification from the independent AV-TEST Institute, validating it can do just what anti-virus does in terms of protecting against known threats, whilst providing “an additional new layer of advanced threat protection”. Its end-point security doesn’t rely on signatures, it monitors every process on a device to check for irregularities and does not perform on-system scans or require massive updates like anti-virus, Weingarten said. Continued: http://www.forbes.com/sites/thomasbrewster/2015/08/26/netflix-and-death-of-anti-virus/ Check out the AV-Test scores https://www.av-test.org/en/antivirus/business-windows-client/windows-8/june-2015/sentinelone-next-generation-endpoint-protection-1.5-152410/ CP Moderator Message: links coded by Heavenly69
  8. I have yet to find an antivirus program that doesn't spend resources taking out cracked files that I have saved. They quarentine, block and delete my files , most of the time on a hunch ( guess) that it is malicious code. I've tried a lot of them free and premium . Comodo had some features I thought would be useful but I got tired of spending my time getting it to work with my computer not against it. I'm thankful for "virus total" for pointing out how inaccurate these programs can be. Maybe they only recognize their own virus files and guess at everything else . like my keygens. Hopefully not. So if you have one that works well for you after setting it up , please let me know. and thanks for the forum , sp1q
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    Classic Win7 Start & Explorer for Win8 & 8.1

    Thanks for the share.
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    25 GB Free

    Thanks for the share...I just signed up for my 25gb free account, so the offer is still good. sp1q
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    I like having many options available.... anyone have a vpn to recommend that works with torrents, is anonymous and inexpensive also?? thanks in advance! sp1q
  12. Thats a nice little give away! and that is nice to see....thanks cyberphoenix forum and Darko! feel free to throw out more...LOL sp1q
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    Unlimited BandWith - Free VPN

    Thanks ! I've been using for about 5 months works very well compared to other VPN services. The paid version works better and has more spam and virus filtering, but I'm on the free service everyday for last 3 months . Thanks for the share! sp1q