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9 months 1 week ago #606 by archangelmj12

Im letting you know that there are two sets of aircraft carriers out in the sim freeware downloads at various sites. The programs will work the way they are suppose to unless you decide to delete. If you go with the control panel menu for uninstall a window will pop up and green type will rush thru and you will notice that all of the info in youre files will be missing. I noticed this the first time i went to uninstall 2 years ago and watched this screen and when i saw my aircraft all 3500 listed and wiped i couldnt believe it. I contacted the site and made them aware of this and i was forbidden on the site. I know for a fact it wasnt the designer or programmers because ive used their products throughout a 10 year period. Ive tried the same 2 carriers over a three year period and ive checked the files with department of defense programming and there is a malware named sniperspy and an unidentified at this time cryptic data. Sniperspy is a method where you put the spyware anywhere and the moment its touched it makes contact with the sender and shows your live and past actions as well as all of youre information including cryptic hidden data. Im letting you know because weve all spent so much time building, and this on was started(mine in 2007. Weve all been through the gamut of making the program what it was meant to be and ill always make an attempt to let the community know for their protection. Its sad because these particular products are the very best in sim as far as carriers go . Ive made an attempt to contact the creator but to no avail. Have a safe flight and be aware and be safe, and watch downloads coming out of troubled areas of the world. Im only one of millions and a veteran that was hacked through yahoo and ill tell ya i wish all this crisis around the world would cease. Rikoooo, thank you for providing all of us with a good place to go and a community that gives a &%#@?!!!!B) .

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9 months 1 week ago #607 by Gh0stRider203

Actually, sniperspy is a remote monitoring software that's independent from anything else.

You got anything to back up these claims?


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9 months 1 week ago #610 by archangelmj12

All you have to do is go to the website and read the data thats supplies with the program, its been online well over 15 years, its a program used by many organizations, some even in law. Thats why i sent out the warning, but if there is a doubt download the most famous carrier onlineline , as i said earlier, its not all of the copies, and i dont know of any other than the program i specified to fine the spy. I figured it would be better to alert people thru experience rather than see for themselves. Truth is thatsI can assure you thats why i usually refrain from blogging or remarking on anything. When i am placed in a position to prove , i have to name products that are doing the damage, but in this case i know it wasnt done by the initial creator of the program or programs. Specifically i wanted to alert the site so as not to chase people away. Im not going to post anything on youre site, as a matter of a fact ive been on youre site since its beginning, although im listed as a new member. I joined in 2008 or 2009. Ive worked with Microsoft out of seattle and their techs on issues and alerts not only for MSFS but anything that runs thru a microsoft program and or network thats just happens to be work that runs thru 98 pct of the worlds computers, and thats because its that large of a problem because that much of the worlds computers use the MS programs. Nuff said.

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9 months 1 week ago #612 by Kyrelel

If you want people to steer clear of certain downloads, why not tell us what/where they are instead of being deliberately vague?

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