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Meet & Greet! / Re: Greetings from the GREAT Country of TEXAS !
« Last post by LoneWanderer on Today at 03:39:29 PM »

Your apology was NOT necessary as I am not able to get here very often, as you can see just now read your post to mine.  Never noticed you had included myself in that other board, still have not visited that one.  Have been rather busy with my system here at home, I do not use a computer for games or just to watch videos.  To me it is a tool AND needs to be tuned and repaired on occasion.  Most of my problems are of mineown making, ERRORS!!  I am very good at that and recovering from them as well.  With some of the forums on the web providing some information.  I take in all that I can find and evaluate them and do it my way.

YES!  MrBret and I are well acquainted and some of my suggestions to him are a part of WinPrivacy.  i was moved to his business because I am also a long time member of WinPatrol.  Also purchase licenses for WinPrivacy and WinAntiRansomWare before they were even developed.  Sad to learn MrBillPytlovany has RERTIRED was with him for a short couple of years.

My last count was over sixty (60) but that is irrelevant (as I usually say "a sick elephant).  I did make a post to the board "Suggestions and Feedback" not real important just letting someone know.
Suggestions and Site Feedback / "Daily Reply" NEVER HAPPENS
« Last post by LoneWanderer on Today at 03:08:35 PM »

Had my selection set to "Daily Reply" so the number of email is kept low so I could concentrate on repairing and restoring my system.  Have NOT received any notifications on any of my postings.  Am attempting to visit here as often as possible, still have other issues to deal with on my computer so these visit is not as I would like.

Just changed that selection to "Moderators and Daily" or words to that effect.
plodr,Looks as though there is a misunderstanding as to what was mentioned.  Within WinPrivacy there is a "TAB" that lists sites that do "Canvas Fingerprinting" which is what that reference is about, it is "MT" (empty).  Before my crash and restore there were about fifty (50) or more listed that do 'CFP' and it is not listing any now.

NO!  Am not wanting to be tracked, that is what WinPrivacy is about.
WinAntiRansom Help & Information / Re: MPSigStub.exe
« Last post by Corrine on Today at 02:41:05 PM »
MpSigStub.exe is usually located in the C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\ folder and is part of Microsoft Malware Protection.  Since right-clicking properties is empty and should show Microsoft and have a Microsoft digital signature, perhaps you should consider scanning with one or two of the four (4) antivirus and three (3) malware programs installed on your computer.
Hey Pete!,

I would rather have a bit of OVER KILL than under Kill and have all kinds of viruses, malware, adware, spyware, et ceteras   My system is x64 Win7 SP1 Professional running with these nine (9) "OVER KILLS" since about 2008.  My system is not a toy, it is for me to learn as much as possible.  As reported in an earlier post have been using computers for a rather long time and on the internet before Windows or the world wide web (www) were even developed.  Self taught with some info coming from some of the fifty (50) odd forums I hold membership.  Have only had two (2) times that crashes were in need of being recovered by way of a backup or restoring from original CD.  Started with DOS 2 or 3 and progressed from there to now.  Am proud of that track record, even recovered from one error that even Microsoft would not give me any clues, they only would say, "format, restore from backup."  I did not do that, needed to learn what had gone wrong, two (2) days later back on line.

About those log files you mentioned, did not specify which and there are too many to give them all
WinAntiRansom Help & Information / MPSigStub.exe
« Last post by LoneWanderer on Today at 02:07:42 PM »
Greetings from the Great Country of TEXAS,

Have found a program, "MPSigStub.exe," with NO data in Details under Properties.  Cannot add this file to WAR or WnPrvcy.  The button in the window to add the file to one or both is IDed as "OPEN" and keep getting the UAC for Admin password, as if attempting to Execute that file.  The folder for that file is on C:\51b117a8237a0a92eef6 without any information as to the owner.

Any ideas would be appreciated
LandzDown Lounge / Re: 5 letters Game
« Last post by Pete! on Today at 12:45:02 PM »
peter - Prevent entering the exit route.

LandzDown Lounge / Re: 2 Word Game
« Last post by Pete! on Today at 12:42:31 PM »
proposal submitted
LandzDown Lounge / Re: The Last Two words become the First Two Words
« Last post by Pete! on Today at 12:40:58 PM »
To vomit after eating the C-rations, will result in a court martial for wasting government resources.
Web News / Opera Sync Security Breach
« Last post by Corrine on Today at 12:29:09 PM »
Opera has sent out emails to all Opera sync users informing them to reset their passwords after the browser-maker detected a breach earlier this week. Opera says that it detected signs of an attack “where access was gained to the Opera sync system”. After quickly blocking the intruder(s), Opera has launched investigations into the breach and believes that user's passwords and account information such as login name were stolen, and as a result, urged users to update their passwords.

Moe at Opera urges sync password reset after breach.
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