For security reasons on the road I use a dashcam (dashboard camera) in my car, like many others also do. My dashcam choice to use was a Seezeus Shadow Recorder GT550WS GPS 2.7″ LCD HD 1080p WDR GPS Logger Dash Cam Car DVR + GPS module, this for reason of the fair price, many useful features/options and very good clear picture quality by daylight as well at night.
Why to use a dashcam? The answer is simple: to be able to provide video evidence in an event of an accident, there are many idiots on the road and it can become very handy in case such an idiot will cause an accident. But not only pure idiots on the road, also many careless people aren’t watching the road in the way it should be, they use their cellphone, laptop, navigation and other equipment during driving and lose demanded attention for what’s really going on.
I noticed there’s a real need for dashcam firmware updates, many people are looking for it but can’t find a download source. That’s the reason I offer you the most recent firmware v2.6G for the Seezeus Shadow Recorder GT550WS. Keep in mind this firmware is only suitable for mentioned dashcam, don’t try to flash it on a different dashcam. And when you brick your dashcam during a firmware flash you will lose dashcam vendor/seller warranty.
On Google Drive you can download the GT550WS most recent firmware v2.6G here
YouTube instructions how to flash the firmware here It’s an instruction movie for a different dashcam however firmware flash procedure for the GT550WS is similar.
Probably you have heard about the Lenovo debacle, many of their laptop series are preloaded adware/spyware Superfish (you can also call Superfish a dirty piece of malware) that will intercept all your secure connections and this will allow criminals to do it too. Superfish uses an “SSL hijacker” (Komodia Redirector with SSL Digestor) and an untrustworthy Komodia root certificate. Komodia Redirector with SSL Digestor installs non-unique root CA certificates and private keys, making systems broadly vulnerable to HTTPS spoofing. In this way an attacker can spoof HTTPS sites and intercept HTTPS traffic without triggering browser certificate warnings in affected systems.
Many other softwares do similar because Komodia sold its malicious kit to other companies as well, some of these companies/vendors are e.g. Atom Security, Inc, Infoweise, KeepMyFamilySecure, Kurupira, Lavasoft, Qustodio and Websecure Ltd. There will be others as well.
Superfish removal can be done via Windows standard add/remove programs utility, find Superfish Inc VisualDiscovery, tick it, and click uninstall. Uninstalling Superfish and other Komodia-type programs does not remove the root certificates, so you need to do this: type certmgr.msc into the Windows search box, right click on the programs name, and select “run as administrator” from the pop-up menu. Subsequent click the action menu item and select “find certificates”. Type Superfish etc into the search box and click the “find now” button. If you find an unwanted certificate, right-click and select delete.
Fwiw never download from unsafe places such as CNet’s Download.com or from Google search ads, downloading software from such places can be really dangerous, in many cases the downloaded software can and will be contaminated with adware, spyware and/or malware.
There’s a simple way to check your machine on the existence of Superfish, Komodia, PrivDog & Co, we advise you to visit the filippo vulnerability test page and perform the vulnerability test: https://filippo.io/Badfish/ Important: do the test with all browsers installed.
Instructions for identifying and removing a root certificate from Windows here: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-vista/view-or-manage-your-certificates
Finally we know that many AV (antivirus) products will find and remove the Superfish, Komodia, PrivDog and similar crap, despite we still strongly advise to perform the filippo vulnerability test and to check your machine also on the existence of untrustworthy certificates.
Today Microsoft have released an emergency out-of-band update (2965111) to fix a zero day publicly disclosed vulnerability in Internet Explorer (Microsoft Security Advisory 2963983). The vulnerability could allow remote code execution if a user views a specially crafted webpage using an affected version of Internet Explorer. An attacker who successfully exploited this vulnerability could gain the same user rights as the current user.
This security update is rated Critical for Internet Explorer 6 (IE 6), Internet Explorer 7 (IE 7), Internet Explorer 8 (IE 8), Internet Explorer 9 (IE 9), Internet Explorer 10 (IE 10), and Internet Explorer 11 (IE 11) on affected Windows clients, and Moderate for Internet Explorer 6 (IE 6), Internet Explorer 7 (IE 7), Internet Explorer 8 (IE 8), Internet Explorer 9 (IE 9), Internet Explorer 10 (IE 10), and Internet Explorer 11 (IE 11) on affected Windows servers.
More info about the fix here: MS14-021 :Security update for Internet Explorer: May 1, 2014 The advance notification of the update lists Windows XP as among the affected platforms, indicating that it will be among the platforms patched, in spite of its support period ending weeks ago.
Users with Automatic Updates enabled do not have to do anything, although running Windows Update will apply the fix immediately.
Like me you have a fancy and expensive International Samsung Galaxy Note 3 SM-N9005 that conform specifications should be LTE/4G capable and nevertheless no LTE/4G ? It’s probably making you angry and mad, I assume you damn Sammy (again) for delivering a mobile phone that doesn’t do what it should do. Of course you have installed Android KitKat 4.4.2 but still no LTE option available via Start Screen > Apps > Settings > More Networks > Mobile Networks > Network Mode.
Normally in that Network Mode menu should be following options visible/available:
– LTE/WCDMA/GSM (auto connect)
– WCDMA/GSM (auto connect)
– WCDMA Only
– GSM only
At the moment the mentioned “LTE/WCDMA/GSM (auto connect)” option is missing you have a problem, you aren’t able to use LTE/4G. Don’t worry. there are several solutions/fixes to solve the lack of LTE/4G. Keep in mind that the solutions will only work with a rooted phone (up to you to take the risk of rooting, you will lose probably phone-guarantee because Knox counter will be tripped and security-wise there are also reservations).
The solutions (again, keep in mind my reservations about rooting your phone):
1. Change with a root explorer of your choice (e.g. Root Explorer, Solid Explorer or EF File Explorer) the value “false” in file persist.radio.lteon into “true” by way of build-in text editor of the root explorer. The file is located in root/data/property. Be sure permissions of persist.radio.lteon are set to rw, after altering the file save the file and make it read-only. Reboot your phone, now you will see and be able to pick the option “LTE/WCDMA/GSM (auto connect)” in Network Mode menu. Important: before altering ANY file on your phone be sure you have a copy of the original, unaltered file!!! Advantage of this solution: even after a phone reboot the option “LTE/WCDMA/GSM (auto connect)” will remain visible/activated.
2. When you are afraid or not tech-savvy enough to alter phone files you can download “Advanced Signal Status” on Google Play. Start the app, go into Advanced Info located on bottom of the app and subsequent choose LTE/GSM/CDMA auto (PRL) in the first sub-menu of Advanced Info. In phone Network Mode menu option “LTE/WCDMA/GSM (auto connect)” will still not be visible but nevertheless you will be able to use LTE/4G. Disadvantage of this solution will be that after every phone reboot you have to start “Advanced Signal Status app” and reactivate LTE/GSM/CDMA option.
Please remember that LTE/4G will only work in area’s with LTE and your phone data-plan includes the use of LTE. Good luck and have fun!
Regrettably I have to tell you that Smokey’s Security Forums isn’t ‘Site Member ASAP – Alliance of Security Analysis Professionals’ anymore, reason is simple: ASAP died.
I want to express my thanks to all the people dedicated to ASAP, this includes common and VIP-members as well ASAP Counsel and Site Owners.
A special Thank You to Corrine, (former) ASAP Secretary, she was the one keeping ASAP alive till the unavoidable happened.
It’s obvious that countless people are very disappointed that Microsoft has substitute MSN (Live) Messenger by Skype, most people just want to chat and don’t need all the whistles and bells of Skype at all.
Past days Messenger users received one of following messages:
A newer version is available. You must install the newer version in order to continue. Would you like to do this now?
A newer version has been downloaded and is available. You must install this newer version in order to continue. Would you like to do this now?
This is just an ordinary Microsoft attempt to force MSN Messenger users to what Microsoft is calling an ´upgrade´ to Skype, majority of the MSN Messenger users see it entirely different and are pissed they are not able anymore to use Messenger, the ´upgrade´ is a nightmare to them.
Don´t worry and be happy again, there´s a nice little piece of software that will allow you to use Messenger again: Messenger Reviver 2 by Jonathan Kay. I have tested the software on multiple PC’s and it will do what it promise: getting MSN (Live) Messenger back. To reach the aim of getting Messenger back, Messenger Reviver 2 will make some changes to your computer. These changes are harmless and can’t hurt your PC so use it without any risk.
Some info about Messenger Reviver 2 (grabbed from author’s weblog)
Messenger Reviver 2 automatically installs, repairs and/or modifies Windows Live Messenger 2012, 2011, 2009, and 2008 as well as Windows Messenger to continue signing in despite being blocked by Microsoft.
Reviver 2 supports modifying all language versions and can automatically install either 2009 or 2012 versions in 47 different languages.
Reviver will automatically attempt to detect if Messenger is still installed, which versions are eligible for modification and if you need to run a repair or new installation to bring Messenger back (if Skype has removed it).
Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 or Windows 8.
.NET Framework 2.0 or higher (included with Windows Vista or newer), .NET 3.5 or 4.0 recommended
To revive Messenger, click Start in the Messenger Reviver 2 Screen and the process will automatically modify Messenger and restart it.
If Windows Live Essentials is not installed, you will presented with options to either install Messenger 2009 or 2012 in the language of your choosing. Reviver will attempt to guess which language you prefer based on your prior Windows and Essentials language settings.
Additionally if Essentials is still installed, but Skype has removed it, you will be offered to just repair your Essentials install.
If you wish to do a manual re-install or repair, you can select these options by clicking the Advanced button and choosing the function you would like.
I want to make clear again that the use of Messenger Reviver 2 will not damage your PC. Also that you have to say ‘Thank You’ to the author of the application, Jonathan Kay. His weblog and Reviver Support can be found here.
Downloadlinks Messenger Reviver 2 (0,5 MB, zipped)
Please report broken links, thanks in advance!
It’s just ‘great’, you are relying on a well-known company selling Backup & Recovery software, Acronis GmbH. On their website they are promising potential customers that their Acronis True Image 2013 software is fully compatible with Windows 8, so you are buying or upgrading a previous version of the software in full faith and trust, assuming that Acronis will save you in case an disaster will happen with your PC and you will be able to boot from a recovery image in case of an disaster.
Well better forget efforts to restore the Acronis image, Acronis will let you down without mercy, your Windows 8 system will tell you: “Selected boot image did not authenticate. Press ‘Enter’ to continue”. So now you have a serious problem…
Cause of the failure message is Secure Boot, a Windows 8 Anti-Rootkit feature that will prevent the PC from booting an unrecognised operating system. Unpleasant side effect: it will also blocking Linux-based recovery environments, such as Acronis Start Up manager.
Despite the fact that Acronis is informed about the issue, they still sell Acronis True Image 2013 as being Windows 8 Compatible. I call this product sale scam. My advise to Windows 8 users: don’t buy the Acronis crap, on your Windows 8 PC it’s a useless piece of emergency software.
Microsoft Security Bulletin MS13-008 – Out-Of-Band Critical Security Update for Internet Explorer (2799329)
This security update resolves one publicly disclosed vulnerability in Internet Explorer. The vulnerability could allow remote code execution if a user views a specially crafted webpage using Internet Explorer. An attacker who successfully exploited this vulnerability could gain the same user rights as the current user. Users whose accounts are configured to have fewer user rights on the system could be less impacted than users who operate with administrative user rights.
This security update is rated Critical for Internet Explorer 6, Internet Explorer 7, and Internet Explorer 8 on Windows clients and Moderate for Internet Explorer 6, Internet Explorer 7, and Internet Explorer 8 on Windows servers. Internet Explorer 9 and Internet Explorer 10 are not affected. For more information, see the subsection, Affected and Non-Affected Software, in this section.
The security update addresses the vulnerability by modifying the way that Internet Explorer handles objects in memory. For more information about the vulnerability, see the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) subsection for the specific vulnerability entry under the next section, Vulnerability Information.
This security update also addresses the vulnerability first described in Microsoft Security Advisory 2794220.
Recommendation. Most customers have automatic updating enabled and will not need to take any action because this security update will be downloaded and installed automatically. Customers who have not enabled automatic updating need to check for updates and install this update manually. For information about specific configuration options in automatic updating, see Microsoft Knowledge Base Article 294871.
For administrators and enterprise installations, or end users who want to install this security update manually, Microsoft recommends that customers apply the update immediately using update management software, or by checking for updates using the Microsoft Update service.
Known Issues. None
Affected and Non-Affected Software: see the Security Bulletin.
Some Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) Related to This Security Update, for all FAQ’s see the Security Bulletin.
Is this update, MS13-008, a cumulative security update for Internet Explorer?
No. This security update, MS13-008, only addresses the vulnerability described in this bulletin.
Do I need to install the last cumulative security update for Internet Explorer, MS12-077?
Yes. In all cases MS13-008 protects customers from the vulnerability discussed in this bulletin. However, customers who have not installed the latest cumulative security update for Internet Explorer may experience compatibility issues after installing the MS13-008 update.
Customers need to ensure that the latest cumulative security update for Internet Explorer, MS12-077, is installed to avoid compatibility issues.
If I applied the automated Microsoft Fix it solution for Internet Explorer in Microsoft Security Advisory 2794220, do I need to undo the workaround before applying this update?
Customers who implemented the Microsoft Fix it solution, “MSHTML Shim Workaround,” in Microsoft Security Advisory 2794220, do not need to undo the Microsoft Fix it solution before applying this update.
However, since the workaround is no longer needed, customers may wish to undo the workaround after installing this update. See the vulnerability workarounds in this bulletin for more information on how to undo this workaround.
Where are the file information details?
Refer to the reference tables in the Security Update Deployment section for the location of the file information details.
Where are the hashes of the security updates?
The SHA1 and SHA2 hashes of the security updates can be used to verify the authenticity of downloaded security update packages. For the hash information pertaining to this update, see Microsoft Knowledge Base Article 2799329.
How are Server Core installations affected by the vulnerability addressed in this bulletin?
The vulnerability addressed by this update does not affect supported editions of Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2, or Windows Server 2012 as indicated in the Non-Affected Software table, when installed using the Server Core installation option.
The information provided in the Microsoft Knowledge Base is provided “as is” without warranty of any kind. Microsoft disclaims all warranties, either express or implied, including the warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. In no event shall Microsoft Corporation or its suppliers be liable for any damages whatsoever including direct, indirect, incidental, consequential, loss of business profits or special damages, even if Microsoft Corporation or its suppliers have been advised of the possibility of such damages. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of liability for consequential or incidental damages so the foregoing limitation may not apply.
ExynosAbuse Exploit: obtaining root on Exynos4 based Samsung Android devices without ODIN flashing, malicious apps will be able to gain total control over the device by gaining root without asking and without any permissions on a vulnerable device.
Source: XDA Developers (alephzain, Chainfire)
Samsung solution status: unfixed
– Samsung Galaxy S2 GT-I9100
– Samsung Galaxy S3 GT-I9300
– Samsung Galaxy S3 LTE GT-I9305
– Samsung Galaxy Note GT-N7000
– Samsung Galaxy Note 2 GT-N7100
– Samsung Galaxy Note 2 LTE GT-N7105
– AT&T Galaxy Note 2 SGH-I317
– Verizon Galaxy Note 2 SCH-I605
– Samsung Galaxy Tab Plus GT-P6210
– Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 GT-N8000, GT-N8010, GT-N8013, GT-N8020
Note: Google Nexus 10 not vulnerable, Exynos5.
Temporary patch (provided by Chainfire): http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2050297
Note: Chainfire requested not to redistribute the patch, instead please link to http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2050297
Update Dec 20 2012
Official Samsung Statement Exynos kernel vulnerability issue (in full)
“Samsung is aware of the potential security issue related to the Exynos processor and plans to provide a software update to address it as quickly as possible.
The issue may arise only when a malicious application is operated on the affected devices; however, this does not affect most devices operating credible and authenticated applications.
Samsung will continue to closely monitor the situation until the software fix has been made available to all affected mobile devices”
I will only mention Chainfire’s fix. It’s the only one that is secure. Both Supercurio’s and RyanZA’s method leave you with easily exploitable holes any serious malware author will abuse.
About Chainfire’s fix
Chainfire: “This is an APK that uses the ExynosAbuse exploit (by alephzain) to be able to do various things on your Exynos4 based device.
Features for non-rooters:
– Securely patch the exploit
Features for rooters:
– Root the device (SuperSU v0.99)
– Enable/disable the exploit at will
– Enable/disable patching the exploit at boot
– Unroot and cleanup (optionally leaving the exploit patch at boot in place)
Please note that patching the exploit may break camera functionality, depending on device and firmware. Also note that if use the patch method without rooting, or keep patching the exploit at boot enabled when unrooting, you need an alternate method to re-root the device to disable this feature (like CF-Auto-Root) – you cannot use ExynosAbuse to do this since it patched the exploit. Unlike other patch authors, I do not believe in keeping an invisible rooted process running in the background while pretending you aren’t rooted, to be able to unpatch this way.
While the exploit patches work (aside from possibly disabling your camera), these are more work-around than actual fixes. A proper patch would be a kernel fix, either from a third party or Samsung themselves”
Download the fix here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2050297
Note: please do not redistribute the fix!
As you probably will remember, December 2011 I posted a review concerning avast! Mobile Security (AMS) for Android phones, my verdict was (and still is): an excellent Security Suite, also very reliable and provided with a top-notch Anti-Theft module. For reason of the outstanding good test results AMS gained the Smokey’s 2011/2012 Choice Award, this Award will only be granted to the best among the best.
This week avast! company informed me that a new major version of the suite was released, v2, and this new version is in beta stage. They told me also that current stable v1 of the suite wasn’t updated since April 2012 for reason of development v2.
Like I told v2 is still beta but the new features sound very promising and will make the product even better, in this way protecting the user in a more solid way and providing him with additional useful features, time to provide you with a fast survey of v2 beta.
According to avast! company new features are:
* avast! Anti-Theft web portal integrated into the avast! Account
* Network Meter
* avast! widget
* Optimized UI for tablets
* Real-time protection (on-exec scanning) of apps
* Custom rules and log in the firewall
* The shield control UI to fine-tune on-access security setup
* avast! SiteCorrect for the Web Shield
* Scanning of incoming messages
* SMS/Call filter wildcards
* Greyscale notification icon
Adding all these new features to avast!’s already superb security suite will make it (again) the best security suite for android phones there is, and will put it again on top of all available suites. V2 beta avast! Mobile Security and avast! Anti-Theft are downloadable on avast! Forum, keep in mind that (like with all beta’s) use will be on your own risk. If you have the intention to download and install the beta please read the beta support thread before installing, in this way knowing what problems you can expect and current development stage of the beta.
To me it’s not clear v2 final will remain free, at the moment pricing info isn’t available.
System Requirements v2 beta avast! Mobile Security
Operating Systems Supported:
– Android 2.1.x
– Android 2.2.x
– Android 2.3.x
– Android 3.x
– Android 4.0.x
– Experimental support for Android 4.1.x
– Review v1 avast! Mobile Security for Android phones: https://smokeys.wordpress.com/2011/12/24/review-avast-mobile-security-for-android-phones/
– About the Smokey’s Choice Awards: https://smokeys.wordpress.com/2011/12/30/about-the-smokeys-choice-awards/
– Downloadlinks v2 beta avast! Mobile Security and avast! Anti-Theft / v2 beta Support Forum: http://forum.avast.com/index.php?topic=101642
Isn’t it amazing how at once there is a superb anti-virus, smashing all competitors, established vendors included? The Anti-Virus Holy Grail so to speak, doing a fantastic job of keeping customers PC’s free of malware, this in contradiction of these competitors? At the same time an AV with great support, prepared to listen to customers and helping them in an adequate way, and also being realistic when it regards shortcomings (however see this as a joke… an AV Holy Grail that doesn’t have any shortcomings).
Don’t look any further, don’t try any other anti-virus…. but be smart and buy NOW the 2012 Super AV: Webroot SecureAnywhere.
Competitors are selling crap,anyway, this is Webroot’s opinion, so don’t hesitate and only be satisfied with the Best of the Best: WSA (Webroot SecureAnywhere).
Of course it is true what they say about other AV vendors, please don’t call this bashing, it’s just business, okay?! Yells like “Takes up 96% less space than Kaspersky”, “Uses 97% less memory than McAfee”, “Scans more than 3x faster than Kaspersky”, “Takes up 99% less space than McAfee”, “Uses 92% less memory than Norton”, “Installs 131x faster than McAfee”, “Scans nearly 4 times faster than Norton”. The Webroot website is overwhelmed with such yells, there is hardly room left to tell the customer some (true) facts about WSA. Personally I really like this Webroot yell: “Webroot vs.Symantec is like David vs. Goliath. Only this David has a much faster, lighter, easier-to-manage slingshot”. This all is dramatic pure for sure, a climax that can’t be beaten by anyone.
I can hardly imagine that there are people believing the Webroot PR yells, after all yelling is Webroot’s trademark. OTOH they are true masters of it…. hence making it very convincing.
It starts at the very bottom with a Webroot Support Forum Helper, a PR expert on his own and also a master in repeating what Webroot employees are saying, then continues with Webroot Support/Quality Assurance Staff yelling to customers they must believe whatever the helper say, (after all, customers are stupid and clearly show their stupidity!!), subsequently we then have Webroot Support Team Staff yelling what a great product WSA is…. and finally we have the Webroot website and Support Forums, the absolute Masters of the Yell.
I admit that WSA is really small in size and fast just like WSA yells at us, however there is also a downside: it does not have the (high) detection rates that several other AV’s have. This is not just a yell from me, AV Testing Organization AV-Comparatives proved it very well: in their Protection-Test March-June 2012 AV Webroot SecureAnywhere 2012 gained the lowest protection rate of just a very disappointing 90,9%. In the test participated by 21 AV vendors/products WSA reached rank 21.
AV-Test.org, also an AV Testing Organisation, have tested WSA too. Talking again about detection rates, products like e.g. AVG’s Anti-Virus Free Edition 2012, AVG’s Internet Security 2012, BitDefenders Internet Security 2012, BullGuard’s Internet Security 12.0, F-Secure’s Internet Security 2012, G Data’s Internet Security 2012 and Kaspersky’s Internet Security 2012 were scoring better than WSA.
There is also issues false positives:
WSA gained the worst score according to AV-Comparatives False-Alarm-Test March 2012. We all know that false positives can really hurt your PC so FP’s can be dangerous just like malware is. When I have to choose between speed/used space and malware detection rates/amount FP’s ….I will choose the latter for sure.
Like I admitted before, WSA is really fast….. but regrettably not when regarding a full scan on demand, for example. Despite following Webroot’s promise: “After initial scan, full system scans typically take two minutes or less”. What Webroot don’t tell us is that a full scan will factually take hours. Furthermore, in my opinion they shouldn’t offer a ‘Full scan’ possibility at all to the customer if they are opinion it’s an unnecessary tool. After all their official POV is:
An actual full scan of the computer will both take hours in most cases and is also completely unnecessary for protecting the computer with WSA.
I clearly see here snake oil tactic of Webroot, with the aim to retain the claim of whopping fast scanning and at the same time putting other anti-virus vendors in a bad spotlight.
Webroot Inc. is also a damned well organised merchandising machine…. That they are heavily promoting their products on the Webroot (Prevx) support forums is fine, nothing wrong with that. The trick is to do the same on other forums without being provided with the spam label.
So how does the trick work? Almost every forum thread where a malware issue is discussed or advice is asked for on what AV to use…. will be provided with an urgent encouragement to use WSA. Surprisingly it’s almost always a Webroot Support Forum Helper encouraging the thread reader to do so. Final touch is then given by Webroot Support Team, praising the Webroot Support Forum Helper for his great advice and again encouraging the reader to use WSA. Finally the thread will end with a survey of where to obtain WSA good deals, the survey will be mostly offered by an anonymous user. I call this ordinary spam.
Common exception: if the thread is going ‘wrong direction’, Webroot Support Team is clever and don’t show up at all, instead the WSA Support Forum Helper will starting a tirade to the messenger of the ‘bad news’ and maintain the tactic to shoot the messenger by calling him e.g. a troll. This kind of ‘support’ can hardly be called decent and customer-orientated.
I don’t say Webroot SecureAnyWhere is a bad product, but it need much improvement.
I don’t say PR is condemnable, I just don’t like Webroot’s business practices.
I don’t like the way they provide support.
I don’t like the way the customer is treated.
I don’t like it when a product with very bad detection rates and lots of false positives is praised into AV heaven, please keep in mind there are better AV’s.
Last but not least, I don’t like spam.