Burst4All concerns


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    Yesterday Adam Guerbuez offered to transfer to me full control of the ownership of the Burst4All asset. After some initial scepticism, why would Adam who has been slamming me over and over give me this asset?, I agreed last night. Today he emailed me an encrypted zip of the passphrases, and separately the passphrase for the zip, and initiated a domain transfer of Burst4all.com. The zip that contained half a dozen zipped passphrases was 185MB in size. I did not open that zip file over security concerns - 6 passphrases are 185MB ????, Adam has been convicted for using rootkits and bots to spam Facebook, for an $863 million fine - did not accept the domain transfer. I then looked at the burst4all.com pools and payments - and I'm now pretty sure that burst4all is a ponzi - there is no way those pools are earning those payments.

    Adam is now saying I must accept responsibility for Burst4All - this is not the case. I do not have the domain name, and refused acceptance of whatever Adam sent me - Burst4All is still a 100% Adam, Crow, Focus owned asset.

    If you see any posts that Burst4All is my asset, it's simply not true - there was no transfer.



  • @haitch Is there a way to open them in a secure environment ?? vps or something or have them scanned ?? and nope wouldnt accept anything , i wish there was a way not to accept the rain, free coins are free coins, but personally , he is taking things down a road that I feel many people are going to get burnt, and all his preaching that he cares, look at his statements under his cartoon picture , he cares about money, end of story. have seen snake oil sales men like him in the past, I havent said anything about any of this , but he is blinding people with penny's from heaven!! mark my word people will see what he is doing , i just hope its not to later, were many are burnt !!



  • Hey @haitch
    there is a programm called sandboxie which lets you open and use programs in a secure environment! All you have to do is download it from the official website and then you can use sandboxie to open you zipping program. From there you can open the files without any harm. The great thing is, if you open anothr program through the any program that you have choosen to be sandboxed, it automatically also opens in a sandbox. Sandboxie is well known and widely used to open suspicous files. Also a possibility would be to use a virtual machine. Both these options are very safe, but using a virtual machine is safter, you can download oracle software for virtual machines.



  • Just when I thought this couldn't get any more out of hand.... My guess is this is how he "acquired" all of his facebook profiles to spam his ad links with before he got busted by facebook....

    Also amazes me how many people are drinking his kool-aid blindly... Are there really that many people that completely lack common sense when pennies are being thrown at them? Seriously, for those reading... just watch some of his older youtube videos and see how delusional this guy is...





  • @Energy hmmm looks like his ugly mug and all i will say on the subject is " looks like shit, smells like shit and tastes like shit, ill bet 10,000 Burst it is shit!!"



  • The fine seems to me little 1000 million they had to put all the spammers not only him, I hate spam



  • Just a hypothetical question: If it is a rootkit or some other dangerous stuff and you've opened it somewhere safe, could you charge him on that basis? Maybe it's the way to get rid of him? ^^



  • @haitch Don't mess any more with it. Should have researched more and gone with your original gut feel , but I would "Send it back" and move on to other things.

    Rich



  • But did he initiative the pornographic content hack? I have seen many peeps on fb try to hack my account, I never open links on fb, not unless I know my friends who are very close and I know what they are sending me is something specific,,, fb and skype is rampant for hackers... Best if you are not comfortable with burst4all do not open file.. Maybe he made a genuine mistake and wants to rectify that now with BURST? Just a thought lol.. me being a positive thought baglady..



  • @qibucks its a side from this thread but about opening something from friends. Even if you await something sent from friends once you get it always message said friend to make sure he really sent it ;) social network sites are popular for these deviants because its easier to "hack" a person i belive the term is social hacking. So anyways be very carefull with any kind of attachments (yes even images can contain viruses) in just past month seen 2 fully infected pc's with ransomware. That aint pretty and telling pc owner that all his stuff is gone for good has almoast same effect as telling someone died (you see the hope in the eyes just fade away)



  • @LithStud yeah there was one rampant a few months ago with a pic of each hacked friend and sent in pms lol thank God I never opened them..



  • using an operating system as an app in a virtual machine is the best way to open suspicious files because it cannot latch onto networks or clipboards when explicitly disabled in the virtual machine settings. That it cannot infect bare bones. I wouldn't touch it myself though :)



  • @haitch said in Burst4All concerns:

    Yesterday Adam Guerbuez offered to transfer to me full control of the ownership of the Burst4All asset. After some initial scepticism, why would Adam who has been slamming me over and over give me this asset?, I agreed last night. Today he emailed me an encrypted zip of the passphrases, and separately the passphrase for the zip, and initiated a domain transfer of Burst4all.com. The zip that contained half a dozen zipped passphrases was 185MB in size. I did not open that zip file over security concerns - 6 passphrases are 185MB ????, Adam has been convicted for using rootkits and bots to spam Facebook, for an $863 million fine - did not accept the domain transfer. I then looked at the burst4all.com pools and payments - and I'm now pretty sure that burst4all is a ponzi - there is no way those pools are earning those payments.

    Adam is now saying I must accept responsibility for Burst4All - this is not the case. I do not have the domain name, and refused acceptance of whatever Adam sent me - Burst4All is still a 100% Adam, Crow, Focus owned asset.

    If you see any posts that Burst4All is my asset, it's simply not true - there was no transfer.

    Thank you for sharing. However, what you are saying is VERY serious ...somehow everyone needs clarification an answer to this.



  • I got a B4A token, what is that?



  • @bandarfjb on nation focus said the token was how they are going to keep track of Burst4all shares and the asset was going to be restructured.



  • @haitch Sounds funny Haitch. Why not Crow, focus or lex? I am personally happy I got pushed out of that asset. I sold every asset I owned that he was a part of. When I first met him I was excited since I found Burst by watching his YouTube video, I've unsubscribed now though.



  • suposed to be some news announced about it shortly



  • 185MB is too big for anything unless he had a miner going and has log files inside of it. Is the file encrypted? If not then simply run a av on it. Any software that is included upload to virus total. Just my 2 cents.



  • Run it in a sandbox mode so that if there is something you can simply delete it without affecting your computer. Do you think we should sell? Have about 200k worth of burst invested into it


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