MainPean Info - for everyone searching!


Because I noticed a sudden spike in searches leading to my page about the MainPean dialer and malware, I'll point to the info I have posted before. I'll also add one (or maybe two) very valuable tips :

1. Don't accept or save files that are suddenly appearing in a pop-up or "Save" window if you didn't ask for them specifically.
2. Throw out Internet Explorer 5, 5.5 or 6 and get a browser that has a better rendering engine and more customizable (read safer) settings. Go grab Mozilla 1.2.1 and use that one instead.

Oh my... I know I'm gonna get flamed for saying that, but hey... it's true. Tabbed browsing, pop-up blocker, customizable javascript settings and standards compliant! What else can a true geek/nerd/freak ask for? Don't take my word for it though, see for yourself...

Read the original post here. You can download Ad-Aware 6.0 from the Lavasoft homepage. (Don't forget to run the update utility before starting a scan, a recently updated reference file is available!)

You can find the MainPean company here (page is in german)


Mainpean server has had its password changed. I know the latest but they dont. ANd so the world spins on. There's always tomorrow.

Use routing software with 3rd party hacks(check em 1st) and lay some shit on them.
Anyone have a definative address with postal code and. U can guess why this is relevant.

"I wouldn't piss on them if they were on fire" but I would light em up up and watch em burn.

The Web tells me after these fuckers tries to install dialler software on my system. This will then dial high toll number without the user being aware. If you are cable then no problemo. Clearly if u have both disable dial-up. Otherwise obtain some quality pest control software.

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