Latest News as of 1/09/06
Microsoft has created a patch that was originally said to fix the loophole that hackers like SpyAxe have been taking advantage of. The patch is available at www.microsoft.com/security.
Unfortunately, Microsoft warns of a couple other "critical flaws" in Windows. Read more at http://www.hindustantimes.com/news/181_1595739,00020020.htm
SpyAxe on Wikipedia:
Wikipedia.com has not only picked up on SpyAxe, but updates their very brief article as more news about the software, fake company, and whereabouts of the culprits becomes public. Some useful links are located at the bottom of their article as well. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spyaxe
Well, in a clever attempt to run away from the negative publicity of their scam, the people who brought you SpyAxe present SpywareStrike. It is believed to be the exact same program, possibly with different subfiles. Once again, the registrant is Dave Taylor, who, not suprisingly, supplied false information as to his identity and contact information agian. Please leave any information you might have about SpywareStrike in the comments section below.
For those of you haven't heard anything about this yet, I encourage you to check out their website, http://spywarestrike.com/ . My personal favorite is the quotes from satisfied customers. How odd that they have the EXACT same people ave the EXACT same story as those who left feedback for SpyAxe.com!