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Old 05-12-2006, 22:52   #1 (permalink)
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@lead: a little post, which must be added to z300 thread


a two words, that need to be added to end of that thread....

1. about z300.

my "dear" lead (notice all small letters) . if you noticed, i used EXACTLY same "protection" as GTI team used. and you using now EXACTLY same.
i never mention your "mistake", if you'd have done z300 by yourself, but i will ALWAYS point to it when it goes to borrowed stuff.

now, go get a z300 flashing ready... without talking nonsense about "weak" protection.

(i not care who is softmobile. he or (they) made it and i put it credits.
it is fair.)

2. about my "viruses". they attached to phone otp, so they can't be used on another phones. you done same in 8550 bootloader, so why you talking it is bad ?

zulea , as, you noticed , uses UNPROTECTED boots from universalbox dongle.
so, all credits for red49 usbsmart goes to universalbox donlge.

next, you really think that yours xoring of loaders will help to hide them from zulea or anybody experienced ?

security hole is always security hole, you can't protect it. never.

3. about csloaders. i took it from your tool. it is fair - you took many loaders from my tool.
and notice - i writed about .

4. about my users.
my users in enjoying.
they always have first fresh solutions, fresh new flashes (which such as you are borrowing, why reinvents weel, eh ? )
and i have time to do a little chit-chat on forums.

of course, that thread will be deleted, but at least some ppl witll read it.

ps.
your personal option as your friends option you can use as ... well, no need rude words here.
you understand me.
 
Old 05-12-2006, 23:38   #2 (permalink)
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For all who wants to see where is the truth, i recommend visit following thread:

http://forum.gsmhosting.com/vbb/show...13#post1746313

@laser (note it is without "the" and with small letter "l")

Nice trial of public relations. But who knows how many phones has been damaged by your SW? Calibration data are not visible, but PAINFUL for customers!!!

Rather stop spamming our forum and learn programming with focus on security.
 
Old 05-12-2006, 23:41   #3 (permalink)
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LEAD'S POST 1:

Hey laser! (notice the small 'l')

Even Zulea is better than you nowadays. At least he supports his users and doesn't talk (so much) BS like you do.
You became very big-headed these days, apparently your ego is boosted to its max.

Regarding the Z300, part 1:
Why did I make a bug?
Because I don't have a working Z300 right here - I killed it irreversibly during experiments two months ago.
I added Z300 support blindly.
I forgot nothing, one nibble was errorneously set to zero causing 9 of 10 Z300 phones to not boot properly.
On every single minor failure of mine you take the opportunity and masturbate all over.
At least, your severe minority complex will probably get solved someday.
Go, get a life!

Regarding the Z300, part 2:
In your forum you write you "just borrowed the idea" from GTI.
On the contrary, what you did is the most stupid thing that could be done.
You just stole their loader and completely unprotected it, so it could be copied by anyone.
You just don't respect others work.
Btw, Softmobile is not a programmer.
Softmobile is a team of two persons, one of them being a programmer.

Regarding Z530/W810:
You say I copied all Z530/W810 from setool?
I admit I copied Production-loader patch, but absolutely nothing else related to red CID49.
Why reinventing wheel?
Btw, why didn't you protect it like you used to?
Well, is there any Sec-loader in your tool?
Of course, there isn't.
Oh, well, you just use some lame 'virus' (or how the heck you call it) to allow Zulea to borrow every single loader from your tool.
Why you stole one of my CS-loader patches and implemented it to setool recently?
Why don't you just use Explorer-loaders instead of playing with unprotecting CS-loaders?
Zulea's USB-smart's success is built upon your incapability to protect your stuff.
 
Old 05-12-2006, 23:43   #4 (permalink)
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LEAD'S POST 2:

laser, in the old days you were fighting against Zulea.
now you are acting like Zulea.

One of my friends once told me:

"Laser really thinks he's king of the hill doesn't he?
He's gone from being humble to being a d*ck."

And now I must admit he was true.
 
Old 05-13-2006, 08:04   #5 (permalink)
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I don't have time for this BS.
 
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