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Old 07-30-2016, 03:05 AM   #16
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what is the "candlestick" Uplawski is talking about?
As far as I can tell it is just a phrase, though not one I am familiar with. Doesn't seem to be anything technical to me.
 
Old 07-30-2016, 07:57 AM   #17
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They're not viruses though.
PUA's like:
html.trojan.agent.37075
html.exploit.cve_2015_1692-1
win.trojan.xored-1

can it be that html pua's are active in LINUX too, and win pua's are these windows active only pua's, html is platform independent, could be active and messing with mozilla firefox browser I use, they are in the mozilla software subdirectories

Moreover system crashed again today and I found after reboot and disconnect from internet, clamscan, CLAMTK scan, win.trojan.xored-1 in mozilla subdirectory

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Old 07-30-2016, 08:02 AM   #18
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I give up. If you want to think that your computer is being filled with viruses and that running Windows anti-virus will help then go ahead.
 
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Old 07-30-2016, 02:28 PM   #19
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as 273 said ...

plz STOP being necio !

btw: some mod close this
 
Old 07-30-2016, 08:50 PM   #20
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http://www.whylinuxisbetter.net/item...ndex.php?lang=

 
Old 07-30-2016, 10:01 PM   #21
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(..) system becomes responsive for a couple of hours again, maybe your right, all I know is that something or someone is messing with my UBUNTU system, (..) Moreover system crashed again today and (..)
I think you best focus on the state of the system first: get a grip on performance bottlenecks first and then draw conclusions. If you don't know how then create a new thread, link to it here and at least post full 'top' output together with 'free -h' and '\ps axf -o pcpu,ppid,pid,uid,args' and check /var/log/messages or equivalent for any errors there.
 
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Probably kind of a technological progress or something... It's this or the candlestick.
that went --- whoosh over your head ?

i got a great laugh from it

well the non funny break down of the JOKE
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technological progress or something
-- hi tech things like COMPUTERS and LED's

#2
candlestick
-- LOW tech and NOT a led or computer

#3
It's this or the candlestick
-- the choice between HIGH and LOW tech

candle / led
books / hand held computers
and so on
 
Old 07-31-2016, 03:14 AM   #23
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I think you best focus on the state of the system first: get a grip on performance bottlenecks first and then draw conclusions. If you don't know how then create a new thread, link to it here and at least post full 'top' output together with 'free -h' and '\ps axf -o pcpu,ppid,pid,uid,args' and check /var/log/messages or equivalent for any errors there.
its an system practically as you get out-of-the-box, a new installation, I only use it for Internet by FireFox browser, so I thought it must be the PUA's CLAMTK is constantly finding and deleting, these same viruses are refreshed every day, through sites like google, facebook and gmail? I think a pan global conglomerate consisting of NSA, CIA, KGB, BND etc. is messing with my system, they have the technology to get viruses through the ports (I mean here simply because your internet connected, not through sites, not through the browser)
 
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that went --- whoosh over your head ?

i got a great laugh from it

well the non funny break down of the JOKE
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technological progress or something
-- hi tech things like COMPUTERS and LED's

#2
candlestick
-- LOW tech and NOT a led or computer

#3
It's this or the candlestick
-- the choice between HIGH and LOW tech

candle / led
books / hand held computers
and so on
...I'm gonna get Medieval on you... :-D
 
Old 07-31-2016, 03:24 AM   #25
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what is the "candlestick" Uplawski is talking about?
https://duckduckgo.com/?q=Candlestic...ax=1&ia=images

Like in “Opposing Basic on Linux is like being a left wing extremist terrorist who lives in a cave in the forest, scratches clay tablets under the light of a ~ and eats nothing but root vegetables.

Gallienus, I am not from the gens Michael, since after we had conquered your empire, we used to put the Christian name in front.

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Old 07-31-2016, 03:44 AM   #26
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https://duckduckgo.com/?q=Candlestic...ax=1&ia=images

Like in Opposing Basic on Linux is like being a left wing extremist terrorist who lives in a cave in the forest, scratches clay tablets under the light of a ~ and eats nothing but root vegetables.

Gallienus, I am not from the gens Michael, since after we had conquered your empire, we used to put the Christian name in front.
...I don't get what I deserve, but I get what I need... I always admitted that, wanna leave a better world behind, than how I got it, though
 
Old 07-31-2016, 04:16 AM   #27
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But Please stay on topic: why do I get the same viruses every day, I constantly delete them with CLAMTK, but they are refreshed every day, must come through the ports and not through Facebook, Google and Gmail

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Old 07-31-2016, 04:35 AM   #28
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its an system practically as you get out-of-the-box, a new installation, I only use it for Internet by FireFox browser, so I thought
Don't think: give us the data we need to assess the situation.


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I think a pan global conglomerate consisting of NSA, CIA, KGB, BND etc. is messing with my system
If that is what you believe then you seem to be facing problems the kind of which no hardware or software can ever hope to solve. Please leave your Tin Foil Hat at the door...
 
Old 07-31-2016, 06:51 AM   #29
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But Please stay on topic: why do I get the same viruses every day, I constantly delete them with CLAMTK, but they are refreshed every day, must come through the ports and not through Facebook, Google and Gmail
You are being targeted by the government and soon they will use UltraSonics on you until they turn up one day and take you to an off-shore prison to waterboard you for the rest of your life.

Or, this may be nothing to do with viruses but, since you're insisting it is, I would tell your family you love them while you still have chance.
 
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@galien8: OK, so, your next post will determine if this thread has some blood left after OT-vampires got hold of the carcass. You're strongly suggested to to review what I wrote in post #21, else there'll be no salvation (for this thread that is ;-p).
 
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