Does SARDU contains malicious Adware? [False positive]

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Does SARDU contains malicious Adware? [False positive]

Postby alesmuc » January 5th, 2013, 3:35 am

Does SARDU contains malicious Adware "Win32/Somoto.A"?
It's reported at pendrivelinux (look under WARNING!)
Is it true?
What can this adware do?
What I risk?
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Re: Does SARDU contains malicious Adware [False positive]

Postby davidecosta » January 5th, 2013, 7:13 pm

See here in virus total and read this thread

Pendrivelinux...are the same of yumi? I have my reply ... but ... it's better not to write
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Re: Does SARDU contains malicious Adware [False positive]

Postby whyohwhy » January 19th, 2013, 7:51 am

the irony is the most likely users of SARDU are IT technicians trying to fix slow computers infected with spyware, viruses, browser hijackers, and the product they want to use to fix them is now going to mess up their own PC as well.

Authors perogative to receive recompense for their time and effort in development, but should really come with a prominent warning on the homepage, to stop people blindly clicking next next and finding their homepage changed.

xboot from now on.
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Re: Does SARDU contains malicious Adware [False positive]

Postby davidecosta » January 19th, 2013, 10:45 am

whyohwhy wrote:the irony is the most likely users of SARDU are IT technicians trying to fix slow computers infected with spyware, viruses, browser hijackers, and the product they want to use to fix them is now going to mess up their own PC as well.


The irony is that technicians use a tool made by one seller of wine and liqueurs. This has succeeded in creating something that the technicians can not do.
The irony is that technicians save time by charging the same price without their ability.
The irony is that techincians use my program in violation of the license (free only for personal use)
The irony is that technicians are leecher who ask ask and ask for free.


whyohwhy wrote:Authors perogative to receive recompense for their time and effort in development, but should really come with a prominent warning on the homepage, to stop people blindly clicking next next and finding their homepage changed.


It's established that unable to read. If techincians read....

This Software is free for personal use,
SARDU use license Creative Commons with
Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by- ... /legalcode,
however remains the property of the Author.



whyohwhy wrote:xboot from now on


Yet another demonstration that you cannot read
The project xBoot is dead the july 16 2011
I'm sorry..but...now, at this moment, only one software can build one multiboot with all installer of Windows from USB. This is SARDU...but...you use xBOOT
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Re: Does SARDU contains malicious Adware? [False positive]

Postby thanksbutnothanks » June 13th, 2013, 7:30 am

I thank you for your efforts so far Davide, and I hope someone else will pick up the idea of a multi-boot software, but it may be time for you to give up this hobby and find another that you might enjoy more.

Including spyware is dishonest, regardless of your rationale.

Writing free software is not financially fulfilling for most developers. You should do it if you feel you want to give something back, for all the free software you use yourself every day.

Go ahead and take a hike mate, we'll be better off without you.
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Re: Does SARDU contains malicious Adware? [False positive]

Postby davidecosta » June 13th, 2013, 8:22 pm

Next version of SARDU will be without toolbars.
SARDU haven't spyware, sardu propose toolbars in the same method that use Java, flash etc...but...you are not able to understand
SARDU is free only for personal use, do you know creative commons?
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Re: Does SARDU contains malicious Adware? [False positive]

Postby 1guy » July 4th, 2013, 9:13 pm

Hi david, i use your soft, it is fantastic, i make a lot of utility in my personnal boot dvd.
I have alraydy register for a bug report, but i dont remenber my login, or email (i use many : ) )

who ask ask and ask for free.


Many people love only copy/past,
and take people for cows milk.

i dont know if you know this exression :?

Its your soft, if you want make a toolbar, make a toolbar,
If they are no agree, they can develop an other soft, but since they can't able to reflect a little ...


I just want say thx to you for your nice free (personal) soft and the time you spend on.
Sincerly
A little developer for hobby
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