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Live monitoring of you PC by the KGB.

What a surprise. Yet ANOTHER thread peddling KGBspersky spyware by su27, er, I mean sr71.
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Live monitoring of you PC by the KGB.

What a surprise. Yet ANOTHER thread peddling KGBspersky spyware by su27, er, I mean sr71.
hehe tinfoil hat getting tight - if the NSA and Huawei haven't already got your info already and of course no black hats work for any of the other network security firms
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hehe tinfoil hat getting tight - if the NSA and Huawei haven't already got your info already and of course no black hats work for any of the other network security firms
Thanks for more FAKE NEWS, comrade SU-27. We don't buy it anymore.

We know that the US agencies are there to keep Americans safe, unlike your boss, Kremlin Kleptocrat Vladimir "moobs" Putin.

You just earned your latest .05 rubles!
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hehe tinfoil hat getting tight - if the NSA and Huawei haven't already got your info already and of course no black hats work for any of the other network security firms
What BS!

KGBspersky is tied to Putin and his network of anti-American evil:

Kaspersky Lab Has Been Working With Russian Intelligence
Emails show the security-software maker developed products for the FSB and accompanied agents on raids.

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/ar...telligence
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What BS!

KGBspersky is tied to Putin and his network of anti-American evil:

Kaspersky Lab Has Been Working With Russian Intelligence
Emails show the security-software maker developed products for the FSB and accompanied agents on raids.

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/ar...telligence
Kaspersky detected Stuxnet, so you were already infected by the Mossad/CIA by then, lol
hint: they really wouldn't waste their time on you
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Kaspersky detected Stuxnet, so you were already infected by the Mossad/CIA by then,
Oh, look. Comrade SU-27, er, sr71 has earned his latest .005 Rubles from Uncle Putin for spreading FSB Fake News online!

Looks like you accidentally proved my point! KGBspersky goes after non-Kremlin stuff made to stop Iran, but IGNORES the threats from the Kremlin and your real allegiance, Putin.

KGBspersky is "enabling government regulation of social networks to thwart protest movements."

Russia's Top Cyber Sleuth Foils US Spies, Helps Kremlin Pals
https://www.wired.com/2012/07/ff_kaspersky/

Sorry Comrade, but KGBspersky stops free speech to help mega-crook Putin stay in power, where he can pay .005 rubles to his Fake News propagandists.

In the free world, we don't buy your BS, or your Kremlin Krapware.
(Even when you pretend its "free" after your UNRELIABLE rebates.)
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Looks like every Kaspersky thread make all kinds of US-bred primitive debiloids to come out of hiding on this site. I mean, in the Free World we understand that those US TV reptiloids working for the US regime are required to drone all that recycled Nazi propaganda BS. And I doubt any of them spend their time on this site. Normal people just ignore them. This "FredMM" poor chap apparently is one of those terminally brainwashed hapless victims of the criminal regime's propaganda and mental conditioning.

Meanwhile, people around the World are making the point of buying Kaspersky products with both hands. They have been doing for while just to show their support for Russia and for the Free World united around Russia. But they began doing it with twice the enthusiasm once USA, Canada, Ukraine and those other modern ultra-Nazist pariah states tried to "prohibit" the software. A laughable attempt, I have to say! Even inside the propaganda dome of the US regime freedom-loving people are boldly wearing Kasperky on their sleeves, brave enough to defy the fear of Gestapo visit.
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