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abe
10-29-2008, 04:56 AM
Hi.

http://www.blitzwarez.net/software/24617-aio-utility-cd-8cm-v17-00-a.html

looks like a decent collection.

jj2000
10-29-2008, 09:32 AM
also looks a little dodgy;) warez worries me nowadays, who knows whats lurking inside:D

gunslinger
10-29-2008, 01:32 PM
It does look like a decent collection. As for it looking dodgy, thats what Kaspersky virus scan is for. As for it being warez. So is Hiren's boot CD, but its the best you can get, far better than UBC. Some of the best tools out there for fixing a PC are classified as dodgy, shady hacking tools.

jj2000
10-29-2008, 02:03 PM
not denying that it looks like a good collection or that hirens is the one of the best boot cd's out there, but i still have my doubts about using any warez in my business after getting a visit from trading standards when one of our ex clients reported us for using pirated software to repair their systems even though in the end it was proven not to be the case.

abe
10-29-2008, 02:55 PM
not denying that it looks like a good collection or that hirens is the one of the best boot cd's out there, but i still have my doubts about using any warez in my business after getting a visit from trading standards when one of our ex clients reported us for using pirated software to repair their systems even though in the end it was proven not to be the case.

wow hope you reported him/them to the IRS for tax evasion :)

gunslinger
10-29-2008, 03:02 PM
Unless you actually install pirated software on a customers system ( you would be insane to do so) it would be close to impossible to prove what you used on a boot CD.

If you stick 100% to never even coming close to using anything that might be questionable I find that hard to believe.

People that hook up a customers HDD to their system and scan it with their antivirus. Thats questionable. Same goes for using your copy of Acronis on the customers HDD, something I have seen more than one professional do.

I'm not suggesting you install anything questionable on a customers system. What I am saying is this: If it gets to the point were the jack booted ninja clad thugs are breaking in my door over a copy of Hiren's boot CD, its time for me to move to a different country.


wow hope you reported him/them to the IRS for tax evasion

And the porn he has of girls that just might not be 18, and the ink pens he took from his office, how about the grapes he ate while shopping, or .......

jj2000
10-29-2008, 03:18 PM
i personally use nothing on a customers machine that is dubious however i have no problem using it on my own machines which are two seperate entities anyway,because all the software we use in the office is either open source or bought and paid for business versions which is how we proved to the jack booted ninja clad thugs:D:D:D:D that what we are doing is all above board thats not to say that our techs are not using dodgy software out in the field but as you said no one can prove otherwise unless they are actually caught in the act so to speak,in which case we would have to deal with the problem ;);)

gunslinger
10-29-2008, 03:46 PM
I can see it now: NBC special, techies cought on hidden cam using pirated software.


I see what you are saying. Its all about the plausible deniability.

jj2000
10-29-2008, 05:23 PM
I see what you are saying. Its all about the plausible deniability.

exactly.;);)

Nathan H
10-30-2008, 01:12 PM
I think portable software is safe to use on a clients pc, I have quite a lot of stuff done by Thinstall,

(Got the Idea from Gunslinger Thanks Mate)

gunslinger
10-30-2008, 01:40 PM
You are welcome Nathan. I like the avatar by the way.