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#26593 - 04/05/04 07:23 PM Sub7,pest,BO: Do they have a legal use?  
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These are all virus's picked up by most anti-virus programs. But they are still able to be downloaded from sites that are so ovbious. I need to know if they have a use other then that of malicious nature. Is it possible that you could use them for good?

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#26594 - 04/05/04 07:49 PM Re: Sub7,pest,BO: Do they have a legal use?  
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They have legal uses; the exact same as PCAnywhere... Remote Administration; the only differance is that Sub7, Pest, BO, are all free, but are commonly abused...


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#26595 - 04/06/04 08:55 AM Re: Sub7,pest,BO: Do they have a legal use?  
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They are RATs remote administration tools. Like gizmo said, they are all legitimate programs, but are often misused disguised as other things and become trojans. A trojan is usually a remote administration tool disguised as something else. Any disguiused program can be a trojan. The word trojan denotates something appearing to be what its not. Which in a way I think a lot of this adware/spyware should be called trojans because they use the guise of another program to gain access to your system.

#26596 - 04/06/04 10:11 AM Re: Sub7,pest,BO: Do they have a legal use?  
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Hey sin, the UPIN backdoor and keygen are now listed as trojans lol; I'm semi tempted to email norton and be all "it's a keygen, you have keygen as a option; make it that!"... heh...


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