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UltimateLurker

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[Flame suit]

Is there a specific reason that the guys that know how to destroy websites, don't destroy known spyware creating websites?

Example: Aurora

Seriously, why doesn't someone just crash the thing beyond repair? I know that this won't cure the Aurora pop-up's, and may not be legal, but hey, what's legal nowdays?

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What, and spoil all the fun? Besides the fact that Microso$t would then be able to fool us that their XP Swiss cheese doesn't have holes in it, let us think about what those here dedicated to the cause of Good would get up to if they could no longer get there fix of malware :tazz:
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??

Crash them all.
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