again.... you fail to make a point, you simply have stated an obvious fact found in the link itself, and have hurled insults. Do you even have a point? Or are you simply copy-pasting these generic replies in multiple threads?
I'm 12 and wat is this
You replied to the wrong person... Anyhow, It's mega, which is one of the biggest file hosting sites on the internet.
If you've never heard of or used mega, you are like 5 or 60.
Right? I know what mega is, but the link could be anything. Just because it's a giant file hosting site doesn't mean a damn thing, especially w/ no key provided means it's not even encrypted, so ISP can know what you are d/ling.
It's 4chan and people insult others that are suspicious of links?? Now I get why all the spam links are everywhere, seems people actually click 'em.
Anyways, I clicked it, is a video of the photoshoot as verified by anon above >>734167662
Nothing too suspicious. Quick searches for keywords like worm, virus, etc. (comments in the code of an exe hidden inside the file, etc.) yield no results. exe itself comes up like 26 times, but out of 650 million bytes, that's about 217 million triples and 65 78 65 is exe so it seems about right.
And the magic # lines up with nothing but standard metadata following.
00 00 00 14 66 74 79 70
71 74 20 20 ....ftyp
MOV QuickTime movie file
00 00 00 14 66 74 79 70 71 74 20 20 00 00 00 00 71 74 20 20 00 00 00 08 77 69
I may or may not have autism.
Holy fuck balls these are hot.
MDW I open them to full resolution in another tab.
that mega link is just a 600MB mov of a studio shoot of the pics within this thread. nothing special, cute chick, but no fucking nor sucking, just pretty much exactly what these pics above came from. (i used jdownloader to download, the .mov is called 338_24836_kate2_7-4k). was actually kinda disappointed at soft core nature
I have my doubts about the legitimacy of your method. I trust the file, but comments are NEVER compiled and assembled in. That's their entire point. The only thing that gets compiled in as plaintext are static or initialized variables, as well as metadata packed into the executable for the operating system to decipher.
In short, your method only finds viruses and worms that explicitly use the string "virus" or "worm" either in a variable at runtime or the executable has a executable description that plaintext says "yes this executable is a virus"
not today, 2-3 days ago
>imagine she's a dumb bitch, not so attracted now eh?
You're not too bright, are you?
It's true watches at $ 0?