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Microsoft Hampered Zeus Botnet Investigations, Researchers Say
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Bprince,
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4/14/2012 | 7:43:33 PM
re: Microsoft Hampered Zeus Botnet Investigations, Researchers Say
The Honeynet Project created a code of conduct for botnet takedowns. Would be good for the security industry to work together and come up with a standard everyone can adopt and live with.
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4/13/2012 | 2:39:59 PM
re: Microsoft Hampered Zeus Botnet Investigations, Researchers Say
The Best thing about this investigation is that amends can be made and settlements can be secured, wherever the Liabilities are, and the Best part of all things pertaining to this extraction and removal of this code that was killing many people is,- "The fact that someone was resposible" and may have had my Blessing and I will repay too. ADmiral O'Dell Birdwell is a Peace Maker and a Peace Keeper and I am a Man of My word too. Microsoft did what they did because of a SErious harm being done to the Whole world, which We had many partners to consider and will rcover everything through Good bussiness Practices and Help many People too. I am Broken Spear, and I am a small part of this takedown and will Shield everyone whom has a Complaint, that is of Good Bussiness Practice, for the sake of Recovering from this ending cyber war, against The EVil Empire, in a way that everyone Bennefits including Microsoft.


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