If you believe it or not, it's your business.
We found a terrible security issue in microsoft servers.
We've been scanning for activity using a bate.
Note: We also recommend for the ones that live in Costa Rica to
be careful with your ISP Providers.
Now anyway, now that we're changing things here,
For that, we will be closing some extensions of our site:
List of unsafe applications for the user:
1 - Linked in.
2 - Paypal (We never use paypal but paypal too). (just in case never purchase something
from us because we don't sell anything). - We've said this many times.
NoCiRbo9's worldwide free.
3 - Flickr due to their connection with the problematic yahoo.
4 - Outlook accounts, so for some of the contacts we have in Outlook,
if you need to contact me do it here somehow. Lets hope Facebook
isn't that bad. Or call or text me, my phone number 506 84438527
5 - We will be updating. Nothing had happened to our systems so far by now,
it is an early security detection that we received from our team. - logistics -
So before things get weird-er, we opt to change our security roots systems
and to unlink any relationship with the sources of the threat. (and/or possible sources)
All of these sites works fine and will continue to until we decide it's time
6 - Remember that we can't just delete our googles because they are linked
7 - Twitter may be affected but we are still deciding that.
8 - Again, lets hope Facebook resists.
9 - Hi 5 - Obviously - it's going right to our black list, for observation, not to be deleted.
10 - Tumblr. One website was tumblr based. tumblr lost thousands of passwords. Maybe deletion, maybe blacklist for observation.
11 - CCM, because it has no instructions inside on how to do things on CCM (no CCM-self.instructive),
all it does is talking about others but no instructions of use
or important warnings.
12 - Blogger, too.
I'm leaving some notes in those two...
Samsung is ok, thank god. Instagram too... yeah, pretty much just what is listed
Summary, we can't trust Google or Yahoo (Already known). But now we can't trust microsoft either (New).
This post will be archived soon. So for the ones that listen, listen carefuly.
I get absolutely nothing by telling you this. Nothing. At all.
It is up to you. I can't tell you do this or that. Just that you can try other options.
After thinking it twice, those apps will be quarentined in our blacklist until we decide what do with them, so those won't be recommendable ways of contact - Federico -