Or, I have just been followed on Twitter by 3 people who are the same person, and I do not think there is anything holy about having 3 Twitter identities which are all touting your book/s.
I am also mildly beset by people who, having by some means or other found my website, and discovering something there moderately pertinent to their interests (sometimes, I swear, it is Just One Word in the middle of text), email me offering to 'contribute' or begging me to link to their pages, or add in their link collections, without actually considering what the various bits of my site are doing.
E.g. on my - not even this year's, several years back - listing of my Quotations of the Week, is one which alludes to [problem] - which I probably posted originally because it was neatly turned and complete in itself and not because I have an overwhelming interest in [problem]. This is really not an appropriate venue for a link to somebody's site which is All About [Problem]. Point Thahr Misst.
Indeed, more or less equivalent to, if I had the famous quote attrib Mrs Patrick Campbell re the hurly-burly of the chaise-longue, sending me their list of links to custom makers of high quality chaises longues.
And they do not give up: there is one person who has been positively badgering me, even though I have ignored their email except to mark it as junk, because, for extremely personal reasons, I have a link to a UK charity dealing with [condition], to add in their set of links relating to [condition] which seem entirely US-related, several of them dealing with issues around healthcare which are still - so far - irrelevant in the UK context.
My site is a small, personal, and carefully curated site dealing with various interests of my own and not exactly inundated with hits, except when some media outlet links to certain pages.
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So I have been using AMTEmu for a while, and with the latest cc 2018 updates I was using it again. After everything was done I scanned the folder out of curiosity and MWB came back with a Malware threat for CrackTool.Agent? Bitdefender didn't flag the file at all and a full system scan on both was clean so I was wondering if this was a false positive based on the nature of the program. Thanks!
Yes I downloaded the program from the official russian source and the MD5 and SHA1 hashes match the ones here:
I came across this awesome forum that is filled with tutorials on how to crack stuff yourself, ollydbg is a free program you can crack in or another program that is paid but its cracked (newest version too). Learn to crack yourself, there's an awesome buzz when you crack stuff!
here's the tutorial section on the forum,I suggest checking out the patching section. lots of good stuff there. theres even a video tutorial on how to crack photoshop. also there's a dark theme on the forum (go to bottom left)