software – web, desktop, enterprise, firmware, backdoors, security

Reviews of software – web, desktop, enterprise, firmware, backdoors, security. Ideally the software developed should have no backdoors, the logic should be tamper proof. Most people use the computer and internet connection as a tool to earn money, but are not aware of vicious unprincipled liars lurking in the background, who exploit the flaws in the different software and firmware to take credit for work they do not do. These backdoors are only known to the manufacturer or software developer and government agencies, allegedly NTRO/NSA, it is very difficult for ordinary civilians to get the information. The only way to expose these liars is to follow the money trail, these liars would never tamper with the money, as they would immediately be accused of cheating and face legal action. The main motivation of those hacking is to waste the time and money of the experienced webmaster so as to cause financial losses, forcing the webmaster to play second fiddle to their lazy greedy cheater friends.
Software hacking

Windows 7 Starter edition – many backdoors, exploiting on a daily basis by dangerous hackers
Windows 7 cursor manipulation
Samsung laptop display firmware problem

Internet browsers – Internet Explorer, Comodo, SeaMonkey, Google Chrome, Firefox variants, Opera all have a large number of backdoors

ZTE USB modem firmware

Huawei USB modem firmware

Iball Airway USB modem firmware


FTP Commander Deluxe

Microsoft Office

Rootkit removal tools



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