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    "Eprompter is BINDED WITH A BOT !!!"

    November 5, 2012  |   By bktruss


    NONE - This will make you join a botnet


    Phones home upon installation and periodically afterwards to a known C&C server (


    Virustotal shows 0/43, Anubis says it clean. This is because it is crypted to prevent Anti-virus from detecting it and it has Anti's to prevent it from executing in a virtual enviroment or a sandboxed enviroment to prevent reverse engineering. But if you install and watch the firewall logs, as soon as you install and continually afterwards it will phone home to the C&C for instructions. 16 computers in my network started a DDOS attack bogging down the whole network. We downloaded from all the third-party sites that host this and all of them do the same, so it's obvious this was done by the developer.


    This is probably there is countless reviews of people not being able to uninstall.

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