2 posts • joined 24 Mar 2009
it will be a dangerous update/payload... haven't had till now a destruction day... and also would permanently mark Conflicker in the AV history pages.
I don't see anything bad in that... because that's what it's supposed to do... in case something goes offline to have a temporary "back up" for it...
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