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I did some mistyping I guess, but whatever.

I landed here: wxw.superantispyware.nl (replace the x in www)

And wondered :?

Gerard

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I did some mistyping I guess, but whatever.

I landed here: wxw.superantispyware.nl (replace the x in www)

And wondered :?

Gerard

Thanks for the information - I will look into it!

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While you're at it Nick, check this one too:

wxw.superantispyware.be (replace the x in www)

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While you're at it Nick, check this one too:

wxw.superantispyware.be (replace the x in www)

That's the same guys:

PCextreme

Domain: superantispyware

Status: REGISTERED

Registered: Fri Jun 2 2006

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Yep I know and you're right gerardwil. Still it seemed a good idea to inform Nick about this Belgian site too. Going after a domain name in one country doesn't automatically include the domain name in another country. I was merely helping to build a case here. 8)

Groetjes!

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Yep I know and you're right gerardwil. Still it seemed a good idea to inform Nick about this Belgian site too. Going after a domain name in one country doesn't automatically include the domain name in another country. I was merely helping to build a case here. 8)

Groetjes!

I appreciate you informing us of these domains - we are working to stop these hijackings of our names.

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This is the downside of kicking malware butt . It does confirm SUPERAntiSpyware's popularity though .

Do you mind me posting this on CastleCops ?

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This is the downside of kicking malware butt . It does confirm SUPERAntiSpyware's popularity though .

Do you mind me posting this on CastleCops ?

I don't mind you posting them, but may I suggest using the hxxp instead of http in front so those domains don't draw them traffic or help their page rankings in Google, etc.

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Will do . I am very surprised with this development . I have malware samples ready to send to Avast . I think I may hold off on that now .

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***Don't download these apps unless you know what you are doing****

The rogue apps Spy-sniper and Ad-protect both use SUPERAntiSpyware's bug icon . Is there anything that can be done about that ?

Spy-sniper's desktop icon , installer and box cover all exploit the bug and Ad-protect uses it twice on their home page .

hxxp://pimasoft.com/ <------Spy-sniper

hxxp://www.adprotect.com/

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Take a look at the download page on those fake superantispyware sites . There is a button to download superantispyware but it does not connect to anything .

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The guys are scanning me now I think :D :

Dear User

Your router has detected and protected you against an attempt to gain access to your network. This may have been an attempted hacker intrusion, or perhaps just your Internet Service Provider doing routine network maintenance.

Most of these network probes are nothing to be worried about - these types of random probes should NOT be reported, but you may want to report repeated intrusions attempts. Save this email for comparison with future alert messages.

Your router Alert Information

Time: 09/14/2006, 14:04:39

Message: TCP FIN Scan

Source: 192.168.xxx.xxx, 2734

Destination:85.92.129.31, 80 (from ATM1 Outbound)

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