Yes, please do.
Sorry mate but you’re trying too hard now.Fake Donald Trump ransomware is targeting US and other users. Victims are being tricked into thinking their devices are locked down.
One of the more common frauds that can be found on the internet is when people are being tricked into believing their computers are infected with a virus. If the fraud is successful, the victims would download a program they would think is an antivirus, but instead – would be the malware.
In similar vein, cybersecurity researchers from Cisco Talos Group spotted a fake ransomware called Trump.exe. It tries to trick people into thinking their computer is infected with a ransomware and that all of their files would remain encrypted and unavailable unless a ransom is paid.
“These samples didn't always encrypt the data properly or at all, but nonetheless, they could lead users to believe that their data was lost. Victims could also be tricked into paying a ransom demand in an attempt to regain access to their data, generating revenue for attackers,” wrote Cisco’s Nick Biasini and Edmund Brumaghin.
The same group also found the “Donald Trump Screen of Death” a screen locker that tricks users into thinking they’re locked out of Windows.
Donald Trump, but other politicians, too, are often used by hackers as means of drawing attention to themselves. Talos says that Putin's name and face is also often used on different malware and ransomware strains. Other political figures, like Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, Vladimir Putin and others, are also used, especially during the times of political campaigns.
God forbid that any of our resident Truppits would fall for this scam and get their PC's locked down, what a shame that would be.
My comment at the end may have been a bit flippant but I posted it in good faith, it is a true article from an IT Security Website and my post didn't say DJT was part of the scam, apparently the same scam appears in every election and has done so for the past 12 years.Sorry mate but you’re trying too hard now.
He is a pathological lier, and BSter, simple really. Still can't believe so many idiots trust in him. I mean, if I did, 0.001% of whatever he pulls of at work, I would be fired next day by HR.Trump admits his own economic policies have done diddly shit by claiming Ivanka created 14 million jobs since he became president — which is incredible when you consider that is more than double the 6 million added by the US economy in that time.
Trump made the claim in a speech in New York, and was seemingly referring to his daughter's work on a White House board opening up training positions. The applause following the statement was mediocre at best.
The orange mong cannot help but lie - 6 million is good enough news in it's own right so why the billy bullshit ?
I'm a senior ICT Administrator responsible for 50+ servers and 250 workstations along with a plethora of other ICT hardware, What website are you talking about Del boy, I require evidence so I can apply CONTEXT.My comment at the end may have been a bit flippant but I posted it in good faith, it is a true article from an IT Security Website and my post didn't say DJT was part of the scam, apparently the same scam appears in every election and has done so for the past 12 years.
As someone who repairs & recovers laptops on the side, I deplore web scammers and would not wish anyone to be caught by one.
Let the public embarrassment begin.
Before impeachment hearings begin Sean Hannity tells viewers “everything you're going to see in the next two weeks is rigged"
Whaaat... does this include the (R) rebuttals as well or is just the (D) point of view?
The (D) argument is that Chump is corrupt and a lying piece of crap.
The (R) defense is a tad more difficult to explain.
Below is a collection of arguments made in Trump’s defense since September 19, five days before House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced a formal impeachment inquiry:
- “The president can say what he wants to anybody.”
- The whistleblower “probably has a political agenda.”
- The whistleblower complaint is probably “just pure nonsense, bunkum.”
- The media is covering the whistleblower story only to distract from the economy.
- This is just Trump practicing “The Art of the Deal.”
- The whistleblower “is a punk, a punk who's snitching out the president's phone calls to a foreign leader.”
- “Nothing illegal happened.”
- The whistleblower is the one who committed a crime.
- The whistleblower complaint is essentially based on a rumor.
- The real story is that Biden is corrupt.
- Even if Trump offered Ukraine a quid pro quo, “it would not be a crime.”
- Trump was “duty-bound” to ask Ukraine to investigate Biden.
- The world is “less safe” because of “coup-driven Democrats.”
- This is “the collusion hoax part deux.”
- “There is a total logic behind” Trump’s decision to hide transcripts on a codeword-protected system for classified information.
- The whistleblower rules were recently and suspiciously changed.
- The impeachment inquiry is a “coup.”
- Some State Department witnesses might have been appointed by former President Barack Obama.
- Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) colluded with the whistleblower.
- Calling on other countries to investigate political opponents is actually a good thing.
- It’s OK to ask foreign governments to investigate political opponents as long as you’re “honest and transparent” about it and there isn’t a quid pro quo.
- Texts sent among American diplomats William Taylor, Gordon Sondland, and Kurt Volker don’t show a quid pro quo.
- The scandal doesn’t “seem very shocking.” It’s the media’s fault.
- Ignore any future whistleblowers because we have a transcript, and the transcript is fine.
- “Abuse of power” is not impeachable because it’s “not anywhere in the Constitution.”
- The “deep state” is out to get Trump.
- The inquiry “lacks the necessary authorization” unless the House votes on a resolution.
- There’s “no question” the Ukraine scandal “starts with Obama.”
- This is just “partisan politics,” unlike the impeachment of former President Bill Clinton.
- The whistleblower is a spy who should be in jail.
- The whistleblower’s past contact with Biden discredits the report.
- The impeachment inquiry is “an abuse of power” by House Democrats.
- Russia didn’t hack the Democratic National Committee’s emails in 2016 and the server might actually be in Ukraine.
- The framers of the Constitution “would have never wanted an impeachment within a year of an election.”
- Former Ukraine Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch spied on conservatives.
- Acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney was mistaken when he admitted to a quid pro quo.
- Democrats just want to “destroy” Trump because of their “hatred of American values and our heritage.”
- “There hasn't even been a hint of scandal” with Trump as president.
- U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Bill Taylor’s testimony proves there was no quid pro quo.
- The impeachment inquiry is actually just the “revenge of the globalists.”
- “Abuse of power is not a crime.”
- Quid pro quo with Ukraine is OK because Trump is a “disrupter.”
- The impeachment inquiry is a “kangaroo court.”
- The impeachment process is unfair to Trump.
- Republicans aren’t even allowed in closed door hearings.
- Congressional witness Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman may be guilty of “espionage” and working for Ukraine.
- Two days isn’t enough time for Republicans to read the eight-page impeachment resolution before voting on it.
- Impeachment is like “a secret ritual conducted by a cult.”
- The House’s vote on an impeachment resolution actually makes the process “more corrupt.”
- “This quid pro quo, if it actually was completed -- which it wasn’t -- was a good thing.”
- Removing Trump from office “would blow a hole of legitimacy in the center of our national politics.”
- The whistleblower complaint contains “factual errors,” tainting the whole process.
- Too many documents are being released.
- Trump has a right to “face his accuser.”
- Trump didn’t commit an impeachable offense because his attempt failed.
- The impeachment process is going too fast.
- The whistleblower “does not deserve to be anonymous.”
- “No one can find Ukraine on a map.”
- “It would be unconstitutional to impeach the president” on the basis of abuse of power or obstruction of justice.
I couldn't care less if Trump is president or running a hot dog stall but the impeachment process is just another Russian collusion type dirty trick to keep bad PR going on Trump until the next election.I couldn't care less if Trump is president or running a hot dog stall but the impeachment process is just another Russian collusion type dirty trick to keep bad PR going on Trump until the next election. Basically Heinrich Himmler's favourite ploy of telling lies until it becomes the accepted truth.
Unfortunately if you play dirty and can't prove anything then most people with vote for the victim rather than the dirty trickster. Nothing that's been presented so far is anything like proof, " I heard someone say say something to someone I know" isn't going to prove anything. The whole thing might backfire and garentee Trump for the next election.
The best plan to oust Trump would be to actually field a better candidate with decent policies, and some kind of likeable personality , something which the Democrats can't manage apparently.
There are no better options - He should be re elected. What does the average joe have to complain about?Really, Shirley he’s the bestestet president ever, no-one could be better than him, and he knows presidenting. Thus needs to be president for life. Everybody says so, all the best people do.
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