My wife said noone would notice the hair
1st – saying that your wife was wrong regarding hair would be wrong
...but she was - don't tell her, please
Other than that... “mathematically”
R U serious? Or you are just joking?
My point was that you have to address & prove the issue & that it is bloody (sorry for inappropriate word) it is a working solution
It is not!
Since you did not provide the links I will not do that as well - Let the users find out
It is proven “mathematically”
that md5 and SH(whatever) can be broken … ha!
Then “mathematically”... white or black lists are crap anyway , aren't they?
You do not worry, or as they use to say here in “Oz Land”: No worries , mate!”
I have a special PC for testing those “unknown”
97% (do you like this figure?) that are flagged by many (most) security packages are pure crap
Not all security are engaging this “technology”, but many do & Comodo (AV part) is the one, which is notorious in this area (not speaking about the real enormous!!! amount of real FPs) - you just go and gather any possible link/software in P2P and add it to the signatures …
That is Bad!
Sure , I do not want to promote using cracks & keygens – that is wrong indeed …
… how can I put it here diplomatically -
cut the crap (sorry again) with “mathematical” signed and whatever you are trying to drill into users brains
as I said 97% of them are indeed “unknown” … but not malicious …. hmm...
and please provide the links were the experts are talking about dig.Signatures as well are they completely safe? That was the main point … not the “mathematically impossible” incorrect statement that many do not ever understand
The special PC I've mentioned is running :
Multi- boot (all cracked) XP, Vista,Win 7 x64, MS Office; Nero (the latest), Sony Suite; Cubase H2O - cracked dongle - protected!!!! made brilliantly (!!!!!!! seven exclamation marks), Adobe CS 3 /4 /5 (!!!) … do you need more ?
Many security just gather those from P2P and flagging.
Sitting here working with all of those... enjoying & laughing
Not all security do that -
but Comodo is the most of the notorious in this area - wrong & crap no matter whether it's “Black or White” list – “disguising disgrace” no other word I can find,... well My English as usual is not perfect, but I hope some users will get it
Do not try that at home folks - you digitally signed ... but "compromised" MS (whatever) will work ... but ... my point was different
I hope you got that
Grrrr! Goose bumps I'm having now