Note: In "AT&T internal data.rar", do not open "BootableUSB/Program Files/WinRar/WinRar v3.71.exe", as it is malware (due to AT&T using a pirated copy of WinRar).
"It turns out that the RAR file offered as a torrent download is infected with a backdoor of the 'RBOT' class of malware. This type of malware was commonly used by the lulzsec 'hackers' to own other machines, but is a different variant of the tools they normally used to expand their botnet."
Hmm... definitely sounds like it was planted by the lulz to me. It would be idiotic of At&t to be using a pirated version of a program that is unnecessary for the typical business.
I suppose it's their way of a parting gift for those who still haven't learned whatever kind of lesson they were hoping to teach people? Anyway, I read that the LulzSec group members have formed a pact with Anonymous...
Never stop learning... until you're dead.
Jack of all trades, master of none.
There is actually another one already on TPB that has been cleaned up, and (if I remember correctly), it's about 300MB smaller. It was available shortly after lulz' was.
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AGAIN, Never trust a hacker? Maybe their quitting speech was to get more scams out with the malware and who knows what else was in it :)
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