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    Trojans realted Stuff ..

    i am working on a web which is related to trojans related stuff .. (i hope u guys know about it )
    there are lot of websites on net with the same topic with the TAG of Education purpose , but i am stulll confused ... can hosting companies will allow me to uplaod all this stuff

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    Shayan, you need to be more specific, what are you planning on uploading, and why? I can’t see many hosting companies supporting users in the spread of Trojans regardless whether it is for educational purposes, I can safely say NetspaceOnline.net would not, simple reason, you cannot guarantee all the users visiting your website and looking / using / evaluating the Trojans are doing so purely for educational purposes.

    I feel you may find this a difficult task to enforce as well.

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    Yah Thats True ,, we cant guarantee ..
    thats what i want to say , it depends on individual

    anywayz i want to to put few trojans and tools and tutorials hwo to use them and a FORUM

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    The forums and tutorials might be ok, but its unlikely anyone will let you make trojans and tools avaiable fro download.
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    You could do one thing : make a forum and upload trojans and things like that in a archived and password form on sites like rapidshare.de, megaupload.com. The password will protect your archives from being opened by people that don`t have the password.You`ll post the password only on your forum.
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    some of my FRD which is in all these stuff of trojans
    TOLD me that : helping remotely isnt illegal ...

    may be in Europe .. but not in other countries

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    It is rather a complicated issue. You should read TOS of companies that you wish to host your site at.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HMarker
    It is rather a complicated issue. You should read TOS of companies that you wish to host your site at.
    i dont think any company will " trojan related stuff are allowed " but it is Clear that its not againt LAW .. then why to ask for it
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    I've been cleaning and updating my neighbor's computer off and on for a couple of years, and at this point there are items remaining that Adaware, Defender, and Spybot don't remove.

    Symptoms:
    - several desktop links to "antivirus scan" , "spyware test" all pointing to linkondezktop dot com/test/?c=91658w

    - a link in the startup folder to the same as above

    - defender picks up and removes (several times) trojanDownloader.win32/zlob.gen!AX, .gen!CE, and .ANS

    - Spybot could not remove zlob.downloader.apl and casaleMedia. It removed others: antispycheck, smitfraud, spylockedfakeAlert, win32.BHO.je, zlob.downloader.vdt

    -trendmicro housecall: identified and removed "TSPY_ZLOB", called it "possible ZLOB8"

    -Adaware gets an access violation in safe mode.

    - McAfee viruscan picked "puper" trojan in _restore area.

    Here's my HJT log:

    Logfile of Trend Micro HijackThis v2.0.2
    Scan saved at 1:15:28 PM, on 10/6/2008
    Platform: Windows XP SP3 (WinNT 5.01.2600)
    MSIE: Internet Explorer v7.00 (7.00.5730.0013)
    Boot mode: Normal

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    Some Trojans take advantage of a security flaw in older versions of Internet Explorer and Google Chrome to use the host computer.

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    I would surely like to have more information about your issue and then revert.

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    The boards and guides might be ok, but its unlikely anyone will let you create trojan viruses and resources avaiable fro obtain.

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    Shayan, you need to be more specific, what are you planning on uploading, and why? I can’t see many hosting companies supporting users in the spread of Trojans regardless whether it is for educational purposes, I can safely say NetspaceOnline.net would not, simple reason, you cannot guarantee all the users visiting your website and looking / using / evaluating the Trojans are doing so purely for educational purposes.
    thanks hmmm

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