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#1 maanu

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Posted 29 April 2010 - 11:33 AM

here is the major update of KONBOOT , mainly for win 7 and 64bit systems .

it is a HIDDEN release or something along these lines and is not available easily .

it is a gift from one of my friends ,so since he allowed me that i can share his gift , so i am sharing it here with u guys .

if you dont like it , just move on .dont post anything .
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KON.ZIP file , extract it and u ll get KON.IMG .


( i hope everybody knows what the hell is KONBOOT and what does it it do ) .

download

http://filebeam.com/...30f097c6454415f

#2 Wonko the Sane

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Posted 29 April 2010 - 12:28 PM

it is a HIDDEN release or something along these lines and is not available easily .

it is a gift from one of my friends ,so since he allowed me that i can share his gift , so i am sharing it here with u guys .

In other words, we are supposed to trust you that this file:
  • is re-distributable because you say so or your "anonymous" friend told you so
  • is a somehow "hidden/not available" release, hinting that somehow this is "good" (usually when something is hidden or not available there are REASONS for it)

Now, could it be that it is simply Version 1.1 of KON-BOOT :P:
http://www.piotrbani...m/all/kon-boot/
http://www.kryptoslogic.com/
that kryptoslogic have decided to sell as Commercial?

And thus this is simply a WAREZ copy of it? :P

if you dont like it , just move on .dont post anything .

I DO NOT like what you posted, obviously :mellow:, but more than that I DO NOT like that you feel entitled to tell me whether I can post comments or not. :mellow:

It's quite simple: if you don't want people to post negativfe comments, do not post on a public board, otherwise accept the fact that some people will not agree with you and that they have the FREEDOM to post so.

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#3 Medox

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Posted 30 April 2010 - 04:15 AM

maybe a stupid question but is this a type boot virus?

just asking because kaspersky tells me it is... or is it just a false alarm?


p.s.
it's the first time I hear about a type boot virus from kaspersky :mellow:

#4 maanu

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Posted 30 April 2010 - 06:13 AM

maybe a stupid question but is this a type boot virus?

just asking because kaspersky tells me it is... or is it just a false alarm?


p.s.
it's the first time I hear about a type boot virus from kaspersky :mellow:


yes it is a virus . dont bother using it . or even having it on ur hdd . delete it.

#5 ireneuszp

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Posted 30 April 2010 - 02:31 PM

yes it is a virus . dont bother using it . or even having it on ur hdd . delete it.

hehe yes it is a virus :P
KONBOOT (Major Update)
this virus is also here :P http://bbs.wuyou.com.....;extra=page=1

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#6 Medox

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Posted 30 April 2010 - 02:51 PM

guys, do i sense sarcasm? :P
just asking... because it's a little confusing that users who recommend stuff tell us they contain viruses, after.

i know what false positives are, especially when it comes to such tools but then again, konboot downloaded from it's site didn't wake kaspersky up. this did :mellow:

#7 ireneuszp

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Posted 30 April 2010 - 07:48 PM

guys, do i sense sarcasm? :P
just asking... because it's a little confusing that users who recommend stuff tell us they contain viruses, after.

i know what false positives are, especially when it comes to such tools but then again, konboot downloaded from it's site didn't wake kaspersky up. this did :mellow:

look here and read more info about konboot
http://www.piotrbani...m/all/kon-boot/

http://www.kryptoslo.../?area=2&item=2

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#8 stevemanboot

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Posted 30 April 2010 - 08:09 PM

there hae been a few versions of konboot which triggered virus alerts, while others didnt (legit copies). i wouldnt take a chance on a utility like this and for 15 dollars its cheap as hell. they mention it on their website http://www.kryptoslo...2&item=2&page=4

"Are copies of Kon Boot on P2P and sites other than KryptosLogic.com safe?

Do not use unauthorized copies of Kon Boot. Kon Boot should be purchased only from verified sources, such as KryptosLogic.com. Versions obtained outside of our distribution channels may contain virus infections, malware, or simply be damaged. These versions are not trusted, safe, or supported. Furthermore, we do not support unauthorized versions of Kon Boot."

definiely if you want to play around with local computers maybe* but i wouldnt use it in anything work related unless it was a valid copy that i could verify.




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