I would like to point out that FinallyFast.com is simply a Scam. They Claim to Boost your internet by 375% (IMPOSSIBLE). Here are some videos about them:
Comodo AV Detects them, and so does Malwarebytes and a few others. Also when you do uninstall their software, CIS will Alert you of a Buffer Overflow Attack. I attached some Screen shots of the detections, And when then they install stuff on your desktop without your permission.
Please spread the word and encourage people NOT to buy their products.
The low quality/budget production values on their TV spot is a clue! (:WIN) (:TNG)
Their marketing campaign seems to aim at the uninformed computer user. The uninformed user (whose computer is now full of malware because they don’t know/don’t care about prevention) has already been taken in by the malware, so why not take advantage of that and take advantage of them again?
The computer world needs education, education, and more education.
These guys are different because they have an number on there site that works and you can call. I called them to ask “How do you guys exactly speed up the internet by 375%? Will it work on dialup?” I got hung up on. Called a Second time, And this guy was really bad - He said “Hi” first and I said “Hi” and he goes “Yeah what?” And I said I wanted to ask a few questions about his products…
He said “No! I don’t give a you-know-what what you want to ask. Give me your credit card number and I will answer the questions for you”
Rouge Apps/Adware apps aren’t common to have real people answers calls. So FinallyFast is pretty special.
hey man, that is terrible!!! the way he answers you, shows that guy is sick… (:AGY)
I also see that defense + has isolated explorer.exe,how did you managed to safe your pc?
check this out, it is funny as hell!
Those people do not know what the hell they are saying…
the caller also called earlier, he spoke with a man, that dude says some funny stuff… but this woman is even funnier!!! (download a cd rom…???, S&D, and all that is free has a virus ???, it does stuff with dsl and settings ??? …)
I mean serious, those people just talk ■■■■ just to sound like experts and stuff and to sound like they know what they are saying, but they are fake as hell!
Actually, I didn’t. At first I did find the Alert from CIS beta very funny actually, But I thought there was something in explorer.exe, That this companies software was causing a Buffer Overflow attack in explorer.exe So I trusted CIS and terminated explorer.exe and PC ran fine the program was unistalled. May confuse others.
It just goes to show, When you uninstall there software that will BO your PC… If you call them up and ask why CIS prevented there software uninstalling cause it called a buffer over flow attack, They will make some serious black lies up, or wont be sure, or will probably ask you what a buffer overflow attack is - Then you know these guys are totally FAKE and YOU have the advantage, They only want your money and they don’t know how there software works, i.e how exactly does it modify your PC to speed up your internet up to 375%, even on dialup? Not possible.
There commercial claims to speed up your internet by removing Spyware/Adware/JunkFiles/Registry Errors. How many free programs (CCleaner, Comodo System Cleaner) Do this? If/When they say that to you on the phone how it does speed up your internet by 375% by cleaning all that stuff, You can simply say you got all those tools and want to know why there product is better to CCleaner or Malwarebytes’ Anti-Malware which remove all that stuff! They will make stuff up… Fake Company, And I am not encouraging people to call by the way. This is just my call experiences with them and others.
That is not the point… the point is: the thing you see could be based on reality and could be reproducible… and if the audience is too dumb to recognize fake promises, than you also must not to expect them to recognize a BSOD on a mac…